[plt-scheme] load inside a module

From: Richard C. Cobbe (cobbe at ccs.neu.edu)
Date: Sat Feb 28 19:35:35 EST 2004

Lo, on Saturday, February 28, Ron Stanonik did write:

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> I want to keep some configuration information in a file.
> For example, config.ss might contain
>   (set! name "ron")
> Then I'd like a module to load that configuration information.
> For example
>   (module m mzscheme
>     (let ((name #f))
>       (load "config.ss")
>       (printf "hi ~a~%" name)))
> load evals outside of the module (outside of the module's namespace?),
> so name isn't set! inside of the module.  I'm guessing I need to do
> something which causes the load to eval inside of the module's namespace,
> but what?

The whole idea is a bit hackish, but the following will do what you

   (module m mzscheme
     (require (lib "include.ss"))
     (let ((name #f))
       (include "config.ss")
       (printf "hi ~a~%" name)))


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