9 Cooperating with Background Check Syntax

DrRacket’s continuous, background check syntax runs each time an edit to the definitions text happens. In some cases, that expansion process fails, but there is still a well-formed syntax object that check syntax can use to display information to the user. In order to communicate that syntax object to check syntax, send a log message with the name 'online-check-syntax, e.g.
(define-logger online-check-syntax)
(log-message online-check-syntax-logger
             "ignored message"
The fourth argument to log-message should be a list of syntax objects; these are processed as if they were the result of expansion.

Note: the identifiers in these objects should be syntax-original? or else they will be ignored by check syntax.