- Click Edit link on the top-right of any page and you're in
the editing mode. The text formatting rule is shown below
- Take a look at the editing screen of existing entries and it will give you
a good idea of how it works.
- If your Scheme has the feature with the same name of existing
entry but implements different interface/function, you can write
an entry like define-module.
- If somebody else edits the page simultaneously, both edits are merged
if possible. If two modification conflicts, the one that commits later
will be notified so, and asked to edit again.
- There are several macros to help to write entries. See
- Use the procedure name or syntactic keyword name as WikiName.
You can use most ASCII caracters as a WikiName in
One exception is '$': you can't create an entry with '$' in it (for now).
- If you want to add an entry that is in the listed implementations,
go to that implementation page, click Edit, and add the entry
name like [[entry]] and commit. It automatically becomes
a hyperlink. If there's no entry yet, it shows a question mark
with a link after entry; clicking a link brings up a new editing
screen. (In order to add a new page, the page should already be referenced
from some other pages).
- Your entry will appear in the relevant index page automatically.
- To remove a page, just erase everything and commit.
Adding New Implementation
- If you want to add a new implementation, you need more work.
First, go to the page _SidePane and adds a link to the implementation
name (e.g. [[my-scheme]]). Commit it, then follow the
question mark to enter the data into the new page. See other implementation's
pages to get ideas.
- Even if some entries are already in the database, you want to
check it, for the function may work differently in other implementations.