[plt-scheme] Can I use the compilation manager for user code in DrScheme?

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Sat Jun 3 11:32:34 EDT 2006

DrScheme itself doesn't help you with this (yet), but while you wait
for me to get something done, you can do this:

  mzc -k main-file.ss

before each time you run the file, which will compile everything, and
avoid re-compilation, etc.


At Sat, 3 Jun 2006 11:28:24 -0400, Richard Cobbe wrote:
> I'm working with a number of modules, some of which take a long time to
> compile as they've got contracts on lots of structure definitions.
> These modules are part of a stand-alone program, not a tool for DrScheme.
> I'd like to be able to take advantage of the compilation manager to
> avoid having to re-expand these every time I hit execute.  Is there a
> way to enable the compilation manager in DrScheme for user code?  I know
> about the PLTDRCM environment variable, but that only works for
> DrScheme's code, not the user's.
> DrScheme 301.14-svn11may2006.
> Thanks,
> Richard
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