[racket] Prefs -> Editing -> Indenting: Definition of keyword types

From: Robby Findler (robby at eecs.northwestern.edu)
Date: Mon Nov 10 10:29:47 EST 2014

I've pushed a change to the docs to explain this a little. You should
be able to read them online tomorrow here:


assuming all goes well with the snapshot builds tonight.


On Sun, Nov 9, 2014 at 10:24 PM, Jordan Johnson <jmj at fellowhuman.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> A totally non-urgent question, out of pure curiosity: The part of DrRacket’s
> preferences devoted to indentation classifies keywords as “Begin-like”,
> “Define-like”, and “Lambda-like”. What are the definitions of those terms’
> indentation behavior, and where are they documented?
> (I’ve found it useful to add some of the db library's query-* functions to
> my “Lambda-like” list, though AFAICT it would’ve worked just as well to add
> them to “Define-like”. I see lambda’s argument list is indented further than
> its body-exprs if placed on a separate line, and define & begin don’t; I
> don’t see where begin differs from procedure application, however.)
> Thanks,
> jmj
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