Category: pollen

Update: pollen-count

Published on Saturday, August 15th, 2015 in pollen, racket, programming

Matthew gave me some good feedback on the initial commit. He suggested that the use of a macro could simplify things by doing the counting and label gathering together before even hitting root. Macros are one of the coolest and most powerful features of lisps. There’s a bit more to Racket macros than the Common Lisp equivalent with which I’m familiar; this change has allowed me to investigate Racket macros a bit more but I’ll admit I’m not grokking them fully yet1.
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Published on Wednesday, August 12th, 2015 in pollen, racket, programming

pollen-count is a Racket library for use with Pollen. It allows for numbering of sections, figures, tables, etc. and cross references to these numbers. The source code is available on Github.
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