Some scripts for Quickscript.
In DrRacket, in File|Package manager|Source, enter quickscript-extra.
Or, on the command line, type: raco pkg install quickscript-extra.
If DrRacket is already running, click on Scripts|Manage scripts|Compile scripts and reload menu.
abstract-variable: Create a variable from the selected expression
add-menu: (Example) Shows how to dynamically add a menu to DrRacket.
all-tabs: Have a menu that displays all open tabs in DrRacket.
author-date: Insert text snippets with author, date, time, and licence.
backup-file: Copies the current file in the ’backups’ subdirectory with a time stamp
bookmarks: Quickly navigate between lines
color-chooser: Pick a color in the palette and insert it in DrRacket’s current file.
color-theme: Display information about the current color theme.
complete-word: Word completion from a give user dictionary
current-file-example: (Example) Displays the current file and the current selected string in a message box.
def-signatures: Displays the signature of the procedure under the cursor
(like DrRacket’s blue box but works also when the file does not compile).
dynamic-abbrev: Cyclic word completion using the words of the current file.
enter-submod: Easily enter a submodule (main, test, drracket, etc.) in the interaction window.
extract-function: Extracts a block of code out of its context and generates a function and a call
filepath-to-clipboard: Write the path of the current file in the clipboard.
git: Some git commands (linux only). Currently meant as a demo.
goto-line: Jump to a given line number in the current editor.
gui-tools: Code snippets for racket/gui widgets. Meant as a demo.
indent-table: Indent rows on double-space-separated columns
insert-pict: (Example) Insert a ‘pict‘ at the current position.
number-tabs: (Example) displays the number of opened tabs in a message box.
open-collect-file: Open a file in DrRacket, starting in racket’s collections base path.
open-dir: Open the system’s file browser in the current directory.
open-terminal: Open a terminal in the current directory.
pasterack: Opens Pasterack in the browser.
persistent-counter: (Example) Shows how the ‘#:persistent‘ property works.
provided-by: Displays a list of modules that ‘provide‘ the procedure under the cursor.
regexp-replace: Replace patterns in the selected text using regular expressions.
reorder-tabs: (Example) Move DrRacket’s tabs around.
reverse-selection: (Example) The simplest script example: reverse the selected string.
sections: Surrounds the selected text by comments ASCII frames.
sort-lines: Sorts the selected lines in (anti-)alphabetical order.
surround-selection: (Example) Surround the selected text with various characters.
tweet: (Example) Tweet the current selection. See the script file for configuration details.
If the default keybindings, names or submenus are not to your taste, they can be fully customized
Scripts can also be selectively deactivated from the library