[plt-scheme] Re: Make executable with mzc

From: Jens Axel Soegaard (jensaxel at soegaard.net)
Date: Thu Dec 20 09:04:42 EST 2007

OXINARF wrote:
> No, has I said I used Graphical (MrEd with MzScheme).

What does it say, when you use module?

Jens Axel Søgaard

> On 19 Dez, 20:57, Jens Axel Soegaard <jensa... at soegaard.net> wrote:
>> OXINARF wrote:
>>> I had a work for university, where teachers gave us one compiled file
>>> with an interface for the program that we have to do. The language
>>> used was Graphical (MrEd with MzScheme).
>>> I have writte all the code, and it's all working. But since it's my
>>> first "job" I would like to put it on an executable that I can share
>>> with everyone (people already asked me for it). So I tried it with
>>> mzc. But it requires modules to one executable, so I simply put:
>>> (module <name of file> mzscheme
>>> <my code>
>>> (provide (all-defined) (all-from "interface.zo")))
>>> where interface.zo is file that teachers gave us.
>>> Now I go do following command: C:\Programas\PLT\mzc.exe --gui-exe
>>> Sudoku FP0708-10.scm  (first the path for mzc than the commands,
>>> FP0708-10.scm is name of file with module).
>>> All seems done but when I tried to execute file Sudoku it gives me:
>>> define: not allowed in an expression context in: (define on-event
>>> (lambda (event) (#<procedure:on-event-aux> event)))
>>>  === context ===
>>> #f::355: loop
>>> I don't know why, because on DrScheme, everything is doing just fine.
>> Which language mode did you use in DrScheme? module?
>> --
>> Jens Axel Søgaard
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