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module-path-index-desc
language-index-desc
reader-index-desc
exported-index-desc
form-index-desc
procedure-index-desc
thing-index-desc
struct-index-desc
class-index-desc
interface-index-desc
mixin-index-desc
method-index-desc
constructor-index-desc
4.2.12 Index-Entry Descriptions🔗

The scribble/manual-struct library provides types used to describe index entries created by scribble/manual functions. These structure types are provided separate from scribble/manual so that scribble/manual need not be loaded when deserializing cross-reference information that was generated by a previously rendered document.

struct

(struct module-path-index-desc ()
    #:extra-constructor-name make-module-path-index-desc)
Indicates that the index entry corresponds to a module definition via defmodule and company.

struct

(struct language-index-desc module-path-index-desc ()
    #:extra-constructor-name make-language-index-desc)

struct

(struct reader-index-desc module-path-index-desc ()
    #:extra-constructor-name make-reader-index-desc)
Indicates that the index entry corresponds to a module definition via defmodule with the #:lang or #:reader option. For example, a module definition via defmodulelang has a language-index-desc index entry and a module definition via defmodulereader has a reader-index-desc index entry.

struct

(struct exported-index-desc (name from-libs)
    #:extra-constructor-name make-exported-index-desc)
  name : symbol?
  from-libs : (listof module-path?)
Indicates that the index entry corresponds to the definition of an exported binding. The name field and from-libs list correspond to the documented name of the binding and the primary modules that export the documented name (but this list is not exhaustive, because new modules can re-export the binding).

struct

(struct form-index-desc exported-index-desc ()
    #:extra-constructor-name make-form-index-desc)
Indicates that the index entry corresponds to the definition of a syntactic form via defform and company.

struct

(struct procedure-index-desc exported-index-desc ()
    #:extra-constructor-name make-procedure-index-desc)
Indicates that the index entry corresponds to the definition of a procedure binding via defproc and company.

struct

(struct thing-index-desc exported-index-desc ()
    #:extra-constructor-name make-thing-index-desc)
Indicates that the index entry corresponds to the definition of a binding via defthing and company.

struct

(struct struct-index-desc exported-index-desc ()
    #:extra-constructor-name make-struct-index-desc)
Indicates that the index entry corresponds to the definition of a structure type via defstruct and company.

struct

(struct class-index-desc exported-index-desc ()
    #:extra-constructor-name make-class-index-desc)
Indicates that the index entry corresponds to the definition of a class via defclass and company.

struct

(struct interface-index-desc exported-index-desc ()
    #:extra-constructor-name make-interface-index-desc)
Indicates that the index entry corresponds to the definition of an interface via definterface and company.

struct

(struct mixin-index-desc exported-index-desc ()
    #:extra-constructor-name make-mixin-index-desc)
Indicates that the index entry corresponds to the definition of a mixin via defmixin and company.

struct

(struct method-index-desc exported-index-desc (method-name
    class-tag)
    #:extra-constructor-name make-method-index-desc)
  method-name : symbol?
  class-tag : tag?
Indicates that the index entry corresponds to the definition of an method via defmethod and company. The name field from exported-index-desc names the class or interface that contains the method. The method-name field names the method. The class-tag field provides a pointer to the start of the documentation for the method’s class or interface.

struct

(struct constructor-index-desc exported-index-desc (class-tag)
    #:extra-constructor-name make-constructor-index-desc)
  class-tag : tag?
Indicates that the index entry corresponds to a constructor via defconstructor and company. The name field from exported-index-desc names the class or interface that contains the method. The class-tag field provides a pointer to the start of the documentation for the method’s class or interface.