[plt-scheme] Planet question

From: Richard Cobbe (cobbe at ccs.neu.edu)
Date: Sat Jul 9 15:57:50 EDT 2005

On Sat, Jul 09, 2005 at 08:50:25PM +0100, Matt Jadud wrote:
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> Hi all,
> I downloaded 299.100 for OS X, installed the binary package, and  
> thought "Hey! I'd like to try Neil's Levenshtein distance library.
> In the "Textual, Mzscheme includes R5RS" (and Pretty Big) languages I  
> get the response
> planet: Could not find matching package in: (planet  
> "levenshtein.ss" ("neil" "levenshtein.plt" 1 0))
> which strikes me as odd---I assume the planet.plt-scheme.org page is  
> auto-generated, and therefore accurately reflects what is in the  
> Planet repository.

There are two different repositories set up currently, one for 20x and
one for 299/30x, due to some significant changes in MzScheme.  It looks
as though levenshtein.plt is only available for the 20x series.

To see a list of packages available for the 299/30x series, check out
<http://planet.plt-scheme.org/300/> -- or, from the main planet page,
click the "299.x-30x" link on the top right, just under the PLaneT


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