[racket] Faking a language for documentation linking in Scribble

From: Grant Rettke (grettke at acm.org)
Date: Wed Mar 20 15:09:23 EDT 2013


I have a goal to use Scribble for a non-Racket language, namely Jess. The
reason is that I like Scribble's documentation tooling, and I can load Jess
code and get it in a verbose area just fine.

I'm curious though, I would like to Scribbilify the Jess API documentation,
and also, I would like to try to generate cross references for the Jess
code that I load. It is simple stuff like 'deffunction' and those
definitions will never get re-bound, and I don't care about documentation
for custom Jess code either.

So, this may be a horrible idea techinically. I will also research using
LaTeX, too.

Just hoping to get some feedback on whether it is worth attempting such a
thing, and how.

Best wishes,

Grant Rettke
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