I'm not clear on what `with-cache` is doing in this setup, but it seems
like a potential source of errors. If the goal is to automatically use
`'replay` if the log file exists and `'record` otherwise, why not do the

    (make-log-based-eval the-log-file (if (file-exists? the-log-file)
'replay 'record))


On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 8:57 PM William J. Bowman <w...@williamjbowman.com>

> On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 08:51:18PM +0100, Ryan Culpepper wrote:
> > You can use `raco make` (or `raco setup` for docs of installed packages)
> to
> > compile the Scribble files, but that won't compile the examples. Those
> are
> > dynamically evaluated when the Scribble documents are run.
> Yeah, I was thinking of "compilation" as in caching the output document
> from
> each module.
> > For `make-log-based-eval`, are you using a separate evaluator (and
> separate
> > log file) for each Scribble file?
> Yes. However, I'm using `with-cache` and a wrapper to detect whether a
> cache
> file exists (separate cache file each evaluator), and use 'replay mode if
> the
> cache file exists, so I don't have to manually switch to 'replay mode, or
> manually re-record if I alter an example (instead, just clear the cache).

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