[plt-scheme] Checking for libraries

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Mon Jun 11 08:35:26 EDT 2007

Even that test isn't require, if you use PLaneT, it is just part of
the metadata you sepecify and PLaneT takes care of the rest.

For more on PLaneT, search in Help Desk and check out the Scheme Workshop paper:



On 6/11/07, Noel Welsh <noelwelsh at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/11/07, hufflen jean-michel <hufflen at lifc.univ-fcomte.fr> wrote:
> >    I wrote a program---maybe you heard about it: MlBibTeX---that may be run
> > with PLT Scheme, provided that there is a FFI with the C language and the
> > "ssax-sxml" library.  My question is:
> >
> >    -If an end-user would like to install it with PLT as a Scheme interpreter,
> > there should be a test in order to ensure that the PLT Scheme installed
> > includes this "FFI" and "ssax-sxml".
> All recent versions of PLT Scheme come with the FFI, and the ssax-sxml
> library can be automatically downloaded via Planet
> (http://planet.plt-scheme.org).  So you really shouldn't have to do
> any tests in your program, other than perhaps checking the version of
> PLT Scheme which you can do thus:
> ~> mzscheme
> Welcome to MzScheme v370.2 [3m], Copyright (c) 2004-2007 PLT Scheme Inc.
> > (version)
> "370.2"
> N.
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