|(syntax-source-module stx [source?])|
|→ (or/c module-path-index? symbol? path? #f)|
|stx : syntax?|
|source? : any/c = #f|
a syntax pair (described below)
the empty list
an immutable vector containing syntax objects
an immutable box containing syntax objects
some other kind of datum – usually a number, boolean, or string
A syntax pair is a pair containing a syntax object as its first element, and either the empty list, a syntax pair, or a syntax object as its second element.
A syntax object that is the result of read-syntax reflects the use of delimited . in the input by creating a syntax object for every pair of parentheses in the source, and by creating a pair-valued syntax object only for parentheses in the source. See Reading Pairs and Lists for more information.
The stripping operation does not mutate stx; it creates new pairs, vectors, boxes, hash tables, and prefab structures as needed to strip lexical and source-location information recursively.
|(datum->syntax ctxt v [srcloc prop cert]) → syntax?|
|ctxt : (or/c syntax? #f)|
|v : any/c|
|prop : (or/c syntax? #f) = #f|
|cert : (or/c syntax? #f) = #f|
Converted objects in v are given the lexical context information of ctxt and the source-location information of srcloc. If v is not already a syntax object, then the resulting immediate syntax object is given the properties (see Syntax Object Properties) of prop and the inactive certificates (see Syntax Certificates) of cert; if v is a pair, vector, box, immutable hash table, or immutable prefab structure, recursively converted values are not given properties or certificates.
Any of ctxt, srcloc, prop, or cert can be #f, in which case the resulting syntax has no lexical context, source information, new properties, and/or certificates.
If srcloc is not #f or a syntax object, it must be a list or vector of five elements:
|(list source-name line column position span)|
|or (vector source-name line column position span)|
where source-name-v is an arbitrary value for the source name; line is an integer for the source line, or #f; column is an integer for the source column, or #f; position is an integer for the source position, or #f; and span is an integer for the source span, or #f. The line and column values must both be numbers or both be #f, otherwise the exn:fail:contract exception is raised.
Graph structure is not preserved by the conversion of v to a syntax object. Instead, v is essentially unfolded into a tree. If v has a cycle through pairs, vectors, boxes, immutable hash tables, and immutable prefab structures, then the exn:fail:contract exception is raised.
|id-stx : identifier?|
|syms : (listof symbol?) = (list (syntax-e id-stx))|
See also quote-syntax/prune.