[plt-scheme] trace forms?

From: Grant Rettke (grettke at acm.org)
Date: Thu Apr 26 23:46:33 EDT 2007

Yea don't get me wrong is a great tool.

For some folks traced functions are nice for graphically illustrating
"what happens", and help them better visualize things.

On 4/26/07, jos koot <jos.koot at telefonica.net> wrote:
> May be the Debug button of Drscheme can be useful for you. It allows
> stepwise evaluation, breakpoints to be set and cleared and so on. This
> functionality is available without corrupting your source code with tracing
> command. All functions speek for themselves; you dont need a manual to use
> it. In my opinion it's a fine tool.
> Jos Koot
> (((((lambda(x)((((((((x x)x)x)x)x)x)x)x))
>     (lambda(x)(lambda(y)(x(x y)))))
>    (lambda(x)(x)x))
>   (lambda()(printf "Greetings, Jos~n"))))
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Grant Rettke
> To: plt-scheme at list.cs.brown.edu
> Sent: Thursday, April 26, 2007 10:50 PM
> Subject: [plt-scheme] trace forms?
> Hi,
> In Chez Scheme, there are trace forms for let and lambda (trace-let,
> for example).
> It is pretty convenient. Is there something like this in MzScheme?
> How difficult is it to implement something like this?
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