[racket] Is Scribble supposed to overwrite old image files during rendering?

From: Matthias Felleisen (matthias at ccs.neu.edu)
Date: Fri Jul 6 17:52:49 EDT 2012

doesn't tag-prefix solve this problem? (If not, perhaps it should.) 

On Jul 6, 2012, at 5:28 PM, Danny Yoo wrote:

> We're using Scribble with the "--dest" output flag; when we apply
> scribble individually on files that have images into the same
> destination directory, the autogenerated image names can collide.  For
> example, the names 'pict.png' and 'pict_2.png' can easily collide.
> Does anyone have suggested workarounds?  It might be nice to put a
> prefix on the names of the files so that there's no collision nor
> inadvertent image overwrite.
> (Alternatively, I suppose I can probably call into the html-renderer
> directly, without going through the command line utility.  That way,
> whatever hidden state is being used to create fresh names continues to
> be fresh.  But if there's something I can do from the command line
> utility, that'd be great.)
> Thanks!
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