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2.1 #lang envy/  s-exp
2.2 The envy module

2 Using Envy with S-expression syntax

Envy’s syntax does not look like traditional S-expressions, but in fact it is just using ordinary Racket syntax with a special reader, called “sweet expressions”. The ordinary, S-expression based syntax is exposed through the envy/s-exp language, as well as the envy module, which can be used in any Typed Racket module via require.

2.1 #lang envy/s-exp

 #lang envy/s-exp package: envy

The envy/s-exp language works exactly like the envy language, but it does not enable the sweet expression reader. Each declaration must be properly grouped.

#lang envy/s-exp
[some-var : Positive-Integer #:default #f]
[another-var : Boolean #:name "CUSTOM NAME"]

This language works just like using the envy module directly, but its body is wrapped in define/provide-environment.

2.2 The envy module

Using envy as a module imports the Envy API, which allows embedding Envy’s functionality in larger modules.

(require envy)
  [some-var : Positive-Integer #:default #f]
  [another-var : Boolean #:name "CUSTOM NAME"])

For full information on all the forms provided by Envy, see the API Reference.