[plt-scheme] Simple IDE questions: multi-file projects

From: Eric Tanter (etanter at dcc.uchile.cl)
Date: Mon Sep 8 23:22:18 EDT 2008

Indeed, with dynamic-require I was able to have things work. Thanks a  

-- Éric

On Sep 8, 2008, at 19:19 , Henk Boom wrote:

> 2008/9/8 Eric Tanter <etanter at dcc.uchile.cl>:
>>> The short answer is that modules may have macros and other things  
>>> that
>>> affect the compilation of those that require them, so cycles are  
>>> just
>>> disallowed.
>> Ok I understand that. Would be nice if I could say (or even better,  
>> if the
>> system could figure out --fairly straightforward I guess) that a  
>> module is a
>> "plain standard definitions module" so that these issues don't show  
>> up.
>>> You might try using units inside your files
>> ok, will look at what this other kind of beast is...
>>> (or just refactoring ...)
>> I understand this idea, but does not always work. I have an  
>> interpreter and
>> a transport layer, I want them to be separate modules, but one  
>> needs to call
>> the other, and vice-versa. Can't help it. And I can imagine tons of  
>> similar
>> cases...
> You could try dynamic-require, which seems to work in my experience.
>    Henk

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