[plt-scheme] Exporting from an already-written module?

From: Robby Findler (robby at eecs.northwestern.edu)
Date: Fri Jan 9 23:16:17 EST 2009

You can cut the first three lines out of the file (by a script that
just transforms an input port directly from the file into an input
port that doesn't have those lines). But may I ask why you want to do


On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 8:27 PM, Don Blaheta <dblaheta at knox.edu> wrote:
> Let's say I've got a bunch of Scheme files with some top-level
> definitions.  (The files are written in htdp-beginner Scheme, at least
> at the moment.)  How can I, without modifying those files, read them in,
> interpret them, and get at those definitions?  Last time I was doing
> something like this I was able to simply load two files in a row from
> the command line (first the file with the top-level defines, then the
> file that accessed them), but under the new PLTv4 world order I can't
> seem to get that to work.
> The problem seems to be that under the new way of doing things, there's
> an implicit (module ...) around the htdp-beginner-language files, but no
> (provide ...) form inside them.  So I'm not sure what to do here.  Any
> pointers?
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