[plt-scheme] Keyword menge\

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Mon Oct 8 12:32:50 EDT 2007

There were bugs related to that, yes, thanks! I've fixed them and
checked the fixes into SVN.

But, just to note: the identifier menge\ has a trailing space, right?
In other words, it is a six-letter identifier whose first five letters
are "megne" and whose sixth letter is a space. In contrast, the
identifier menge\\ also has six letters (with first five the same) but
the sixth letter is a backslash. Also note that |menge | and menge\
are two different notations for the same identifier.


On 10/8/07, Majorinc, Kazimir <kazimir at chem.pmf.hr> wrote:
> I defined function menge\ and I want to make
> it specially indented begin like keyword
> (preferences->editing->indenting) but I'm failing.
> I know I have to add it in the form menge\\ and then
> it really occurs as menge\ in list of keywords,
> but it is still black instead of dark red like other
> keywords. Unlike this, other similar function, menge\!
> is accepted well.
> Is it some (small) bug or I'm doing something wrong?
> Thank you,
> Kazimir Majorinc
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