[plt-scheme] Specifying directory sandbox evalutes file requires relative to

From: Neil Van Dyke (neil at neilvandyke.org)
Date: Sun Aug 31 18:37:56 EDT 2008

I almost forgot, if your Emacs isn't set up to have one-keypress 
execution of a keyboard macro, you might want something like this:

(global-set-key [f5]            'call-last-kbd-macro)

(global-set-key [(control f5)]  'my-macro-record-toggle)

(defun my-macro-record-toggle ()


  (if defining-kbd-macro


    (start-kbd-macro nil)))

Neil Van Dyke wrote at 08/31/2008 06:31 PM:
> Emacs keyboard macros are also often a good one-off way to do this 
> sort of thing.
> And if you can formulate the edits as one keyboard macro activation 
> per file, then you can open a Dired showing the files to be modified, 
> and launch your keyboard macro on the file under point in Dired (so 
> the keyboard macro opens the file, does the edit, saves and closes the 
> file, moves point to the next file in the list for you to invoke the 
> keyboard macro again).
> Robby Findler wrote at 08/31/2008 04:29 PM:
>> I think that Eli recently mentioned that he'd found a way to pack a
>> whole bunch of files into a single Emacs buffer and then edit them and
>> then unpack them again -- if you did that, you could use an emacs
>> macro to make the change to them all.
>> Robby
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