[plt-scheme] Completions from distinct manuals

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Thu Aug 14 14:47:24 EDT 2008

I'm not able to tell from just that much. Maybe if you were to just
make a small example mycollect that exhibited the problem, tar it up
and send it that would help?

You might also try putting some printf's in get-completions/manuals in
framework/private/text.ss to see where things are failing. That might
also be a clue.


On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 1:41 PM, Robert Matovinovic
<robert.matovinovic at web.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm also lost on another issue. Up to the current version 4.1 of DrScheme I
> don't get the completions only from the manual of my DrScheme language
> extension if I use the function below. What drives me crazy is that if I put
> 'mysterx instead of 'mycollect in the function, then I only get completions
> from MysterX. I get all words if I put #f instead of the list. That means it
> works.
> (define get-manual-keywords
>        (let ([words #f])
>          (lambda ()
>            (unless words
>              (set! words (text:get-completions/manuals (list 'mycollect))))
>            words)))
> I checked the info.ss and installer files for mysterx, but didn't find
> anything different to mine concerning scribblings or compilation.
> I assume I have to do something stupid but for me not obvious when my
> documentation is compiled. I can use F1 and get to the right place in the
> manual. I see my manual on the first page in Help Desk. But I don't get the
> completions. There must be a place where I have to tweak the docs. Any
> ideas? Help appreciated.
> Robert
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