[plt-scheme] Re: Collapse-sexpr

From: Andrey Skylar (skyarland at gmail.com)
Date: Wed Dec 21 20:37:59 EST 2005

Apparently, if you reformat the code when the s-expr is collapsed, it
reformats the insides as well, but in a fassion previously described.


On 12/21/05, Andrey Skylar <skyarland at gmail.com> wrote:
> I collapsed an innocent s-expr and look at what Dr Scheme did to it
> (define (write-to-users-file s-expr)
>             (        with-output-to-file                 u        s
>     e        r        s        -        f        ile
>                       (        l        a        m        b        d
>      a         ()
>                         (        p        r        e        t        t
>        y        -        p        r        i        n        t
>         s        -        e        x        p        r))
>                       '        r        e        p        l        a
>      c        e))
> I'm using version 300.  I like colapsing the s-exprs because it allows
> me to think more abstractly.  Kind of a bummer that this happens.
> Anyone know why or how to prevent it?
> -Andrey

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