Hi Stephen.

Thanks for your answer.

Le vendredi 22 mai 2020 13:57:53 UTC+2, Stephen De Gabrielle a écrit :
> What are the Racket Syntax Classes you have implemented? Can you provide 
> an example?

The project consists in creating a simple hardware description language.
I am preparing a simplified version that could help clarify my questions.
I will add it to this conversation as soon as it is ready.

I'm aware of syntax objects, as a specialised data structure for syntax 
> manipulation, but despite the 'object' in the 'syntax-object' I don't
> believe they are integrated into the main Racket class/object system.

As far as I know, they are not.
A syntax object is basically an S-expression with additional information 
such as source location and syntax properties.

> (This link also has a section on scopes, but I don't know if it is what 
> you are looking for?)

I think this page describes how scopes are implemented in the Racket 
language itself.
When implementing a DSL, this information is useful if I want to convert 
the constructs of my language into Racket forms that preserve the scoping 
But is it always possible and is it always a good idea?

Another approach is to define my own scoping rules, so that I can perform 
semantic checks and code transformations before generating Racket forms.
So my question can be rephrased like this: "When implementing a DSL, can I 
reuse Racket's scope data structures, and is there an API for defining my 
own scoping rules?"



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