[racket] Scribbling HTDP

From: Klaus Ostermann (kos at informatik.uni-marburg.de)
Date: Mon Feb 27 10:23:41 EST 2012

Hi all,

I want to use Scribble for some lecture notes using HTDP/2e.

The example "An Introduction to Racket with Pictures" illustrates how to 
use Scribble and embed Racket evaluation. However, the HTDP
languages behave different in some ways - for instance, they
print "#t" as "true" and various other differences.

How can I use Scribble to write about examples in the HTDP languages?
I want the exact behavior of the HTDP languages. Using, say,
  (make-evaluator 'lang/htdp-intermediate)
is not sufficient.

HTDP/2e itself seems to be written using Scribble, which would mean that 
there is already a solution to this problem (?).


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