[racket-dev] Pre-Release Checklist for v5.3

From: Doug Williams (m.douglas.williams at gmail.com)
Date: Wed Jul 25 13:31:16 EDT 2012

Some more information on the problem. The application runs fine with
the pre-release on Windows 7 - 64 bit.

The code that is dying on Windows XP 32-bit is:


(require racket/runtime-path)


(define-runtime-path subject-path "..\\Subjects.txt")

(define (load-subject-encodings)
  (let ((port (open-input-file subject-path #:mode 'text)))
    (set! subject-encodings
           (for/list ((line (in-lines port))
                      #:when (regexp-match? #px"^\"(.*)\"\\s*\"(.*)\"" line))
             (match line
               ((pregexp "^\"(.*)\"\\s*\"(.*)\"" (list _ subject encoding))
                (list (pregexp (format "^(?i:~a)" subject)) encoding))))))
    (close-input-port port)))


(define subject-encodings default-subject-encodings)




This code loads some data at load time. It does use match, which might
explain the message:

standard-module-name-resolver: collection not found
  collection: "racket/match"
  in collection directories:
   #%embedded:g13106:ground-truth-data: [running body]
   #%embedded:g13057:radar-data: [traversing imports]
   #%embedded:g8619:classifier-panel: [traversing imports]
   main: [traversing imports]

[Exited. Close box or Ctrl-C closes the console.]

I get when I run the compiled version. In DrRacket it dies with the
unhandled Win 32 exception.


On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 8:39 AM, Doug Williams
<m.douglas.williams at gmail.com> wrote:
> The pre-release 32-bit version still fails for my large applications
> at work fails to execute in DrRacket - 32-bit Windows XP. I don't have
> the source or symbol tables loaded so the only message I get from the
> Visual Studio debugger is attached. This is the same problem I was
> having with the previous pre-release version a month or so ago.
> I can create an executable of the application. It fails because it
> doesn't find racket/match. I'll look into that further.
> Doug

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