[racket] Scribble change, especially affects `scribble/sigplan'

From: Robby Findler (robby at eecs.northwestern.edu)
Date: Wed Mar 30 18:11:24 EDT 2011

This sounds great! One small question: why only in sigplan conf and
not in all --pdf generated racketblock's?


On Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 3:31 PM, Matthew Flatt <mflatt at cs.utah.edu> wrote:
> As of v5.1.0.5, Scribble renders `racketblock', `codeblock',
> `interactions', etc., in a different way than before. Indentation
> relative to surrounding text is now implemented by a nested-flow style,
> instead of adding spaces to the start of each line. (Using spaces was a
> hack from before sorting out various rendering problems with nested
> code blocks.)
> For most Scribble documents, you shouldn't notice the difference, but
> `scribble/sigplan' mode for Latex/PDF output is an exception. The
> Scribble style adjustments for the SIGPLAN format now introduce
> vertical space before and after a code block. The change is intended to
> make uses of `racketblock', `codeblock', etc., look better by default,
> but the change could make existing documents look worse.
> To disable the extra space (because you don't like it or because
> you've already added space in some other way), add these commands in
> your document's Latex configuration:
>  \renewcommand{\SCodePreSkip}{}
>  \renewcommand{\SCodePostSkip}{}
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