[plt-scheme] Re: 359.3 -   in documentation

From: jos koot (jos.koot at telefonica.net)
Date: Tue Jan 9 05:06:47 EST 2007

Only to let you know that I had the same problem and that it has been resolved in version 369.3-svn7jan2007.
Jos Koot
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Robby Findler 
  To: Kyle Smith 
  Cc: plt-scheme at list.cs.brown.edu 
  Sent: Monday, January 08, 2007 7:30 PM
  Subject: Re: [plt-scheme] Re: 359.3 -   in documentation

  Oh, I'm not sure of the details of installing pre-built installers
  under windows. I'm surprised to see that it requires any manual
  intervention, however. Maybe the docs are out of date. Eli would know

  The latest builds should be free of the nbsp problem. I'm not seeing
  it anymore, and Eli verified that a build has happened since the
  bugfix, I think.


  On 1/8/07, Kyle Smith <airfoil at bellsouth.net> wrote:
  > Robby Findler wrote:
  > > Does this page help?
  > >
  > > http://svn.plt-scheme.org/
  > >
  > >
  > Hi Robby,
  > I was looking at the section on pre-release-binaries, which admonishes
  > you to follow the directions under  your particular platform after  you
  > download.  Under Windows binaries (i386-win32) for
  > plt-i386-win32-full.tgz (28M) it advises:
  >     An archive of the fully-built tree
  > (without the "src" tree, but with all .zo files and full documentation;
  > the only thing needed to use this is to run "install.bat" in the plt
  > directory to recreate the launchers)
  > I know this is off topic from the svn question, but as a quick fix for my documentation problem for 369.3 I was looking at this as an option.  So I downloaded the file plt-i386-win32-full.tgz.  The problem is that niether it nor my current installation of PLT has an install.bat file in the plt directory.  So I don't know how to go about creating the launchers.
  > I even tried refreshing my documentation, but I get the same documentation loaded with &nbsp; entities throughout.
  > Any thoughts?
  > Thanks,
  > --kyle
  > Kyle Smith
  > airfoil at bellsouth dot net
  > schemekeys.blogspot.com
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