a list of the relative module paths together with the terminal
resolved module path or #f
for the “self” module.
Returns the phase level of the module in which the form occurs (and
for the instantiation of the module in which the form is
executed). For example, if a module is required directly by the
“main” module (or the top level), its phase level is 0. If a module
is required for-syntax by the “main” module (or the top level), its
phase level is 1.
Like format-id, but returned identifiers are guaranteed to be unique.
Returns true is syntax a is within syntax b in the source.
Bounds are inclusive.
The subsequent bindings were added by Sam Tobin-Hochstadt <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
The subsequent bindings were added by Carl Eastlund <email@example.com>.
This form constructs a list of syntax objects based on the given templates. It
is equivalent to (syntax->list #'(template ...))
32.1 Syntax Object Source Locations
These produce the directory and file name, respectively, of the path with which
stx is associated, or #f if stx is not associated
with a path.