[plt-scheme] "Projects"

From: Eli Barzilay (eli at barzilay.org)
Date: Thu Sep 27 01:25:01 EDT 2007

But that won't work for files that you refer to using `lib'.  Maybe
use file and string specs without the in-the-same-directory

On Sep 27, Carl Eastlund wrote:
> How about modules required by a "filename.ss" or (file
> "filename.ss") spec, rather than by directory hierarchy.  That way
> "../" prefixes will still count as "the same project".  I have
> plenty of code with parent-directory references.
> --Carl
> On 9/26/07, Eli Barzilay <eli at barzilay.org> wrote:
> > Maybe a good imitation of the "Project" feature is to open (in tabs)
> > all files that are both required (or included etc -- runtime-paths)
> > from the current file, and that are either in the current-file's
> > directory or a subdir.  This way you need only two operations (open
> > main file, open relatives) to open a "Project".
> >
> > Maybe even more -- an "Open Project" menu entry that does the above
> > two operations, or, if you select a directory, open all files in that
> > directory and subdirs.  Also, it could add a "<foo> Project" entry to
> > the recently-used menu, so it's easy to do the same in the future.
> > (And avoid adding all of the project's files to the recent list.)

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