[racket] Images in Scribble?

From: Matthias Felleisen (matthias at ccs.neu.edu)
Date: Fri Jul 1 19:28:56 EDT 2011

You can use the image library to write images into the scribble output. 

On Jul 1, 2011, at 6:59 PM, Don Blaheta wrote:

> I was just Scribble-ing and needed a (small) image, so I thought, hey
> this is DrRacket, I'll just paste it in.  DrRacket can handle it, and
> the WXME format is readable by scribble, but I do get this message:
> regexp-match: non-character in an unsupported context, from port: #<input-port:/Users/blahedo/courses/comp160/s11/code/0114-image.scrbl>
> which seems like more of a near miss than something insurmountable---it's
> seeing the image, it's just in an "unsupported context".  I see
> @image-element, but that's for summoning an image from an outside file;
> is there some other form that lets me make use of image literals?
> -- 
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