[plt-scheme] Extensible DrScheme

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Wed Feb 15 18:36:14 EST 2006

Well, since this is the second post in a row reflecting a lack of
reading of the manuals, let me point out particular things to search
for in Help Desk:


As compared to Emacs, I believe the keybindings interface is roughly
the same weight (ie, not heavyweight). The tools interface, in contrast
is quite heavyweight, but provides a much more sophisticated interface
to things like evaluating user's programs and the like.

If you have questions about their content, please don't hesitate to


At Wed, 15 Feb 2006 22:42:52 +0000, pedro pinto wrote:
> Actually, I have been pondering this issue myself. Every time I start
> DrScheme I think I should really use it more, what with it actually
> understanding Scheme and having a debugger and all that, but that only lasts
> until I actually start typing in the editor. I always wondered, would it be
> terribly hard to expose some sort of scripting API, so that  users  could
> customize and  extend  it?  That would be  something.
> -pp
> DrScheme could, oh no, include the useful editor features I've come to
> > rely on like custom keybinds and split windows.  But it doesn't.  So
> > I'm sad either way.
> >
> >
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