[plt-scheme] Emacs modes and s-expression comments

From: John Clements (clements at brinckerhoff.org)
Date: Thu Feb 16 00:54:28 EST 2006

On Feb 15, 2006, at 6:57 PM, Bill Wood wrote:

> This is by way of a PS to my previous missive. Since we're talking  
> about
> interfaces and diversity of user preferences, is there  any way to  
> make
> the help-desk *not* pop up that irritating, patronizing "Are you sure
> you want to quit" warning whenever I exit, either by the "x" button on
> the far right or the Quit item of the File menu?  Before I upgraded to
> v300 one of the two paths popped up the warning box and the other one
> didn't (I forget which was which), and I thought that was a reasonable
> compromise.  Now I get the *(*@$* computer "Taking care of me"  
> whether I
> want it to or not.

Looking at collects/framework/private/exit.ss, it appears that this  
is an existing preference, called


To confirm this, I edited the plt-scheme prefs file (under MacOS X,  
that's in ~/Library/Preferences/org.plt-scheme.prefs.ss to change

(framework:verify-exit #t)


(framework:verify-exit #f)

... and it appears now to have the behavior you requested.

John Clements

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