[plt-dev] ubuntu help?

From: Eli Barzilay (eli at barzilay.org)
Date: Tue May 5 16:10:48 EDT 2009

On May  5, Robby Findler wrote:
> Is there a shell command I can run in ubuntu that will tell drscheme
> to open a file?

You need to use `drscheme -singleInstance', so when you run it again
it will popup the file in an existing one instead of running a new

> On the mac, I can do "open rep.ss" and that file will open in
> drscheme. There is a similar command under windows. I see that
> "gnome-open" does something like this, but it opens .ss files in its
> own editor, not in drscheme.  Anyone do this?

(And it sounds like that command should be used in whatever gnome-open
is doing...)

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