[plt-scheme] running code in a slide show / intro to plt-scheme slideshow or slide deck

From: Laurent (laurent.orseau at gmail.com)
Date: Fri Oct 2 08:12:04 EDT 2009

I've just taught a course on PHP, and I made my slides in Slideshow (it is
sooo pleasant to create slides exactly the way you want them to be!).

You can see the PDF results here:

(It's in French but I don't think you care about the text...)

The first one contains some simple examples of PHP program step-by-step
executions. The "PHP code" is in Scheme  (it does not interpret .php files).
For the second one, I had to make a syntax-colorizer to display PHP/HTML

The code is currently a bit messy, and it's not ready yet to become a
package (it's not general enough), but if you're interested I can put some
additional efforts.


On Fri, Oct 2, 2009 at 01:08, Scott Hickey <sshickey at qwest.net> wrote:

> I once saw a webcast of someone doing a live code demos - running code and
> showing the results in a window - using the plt-scheme slideshow module.
> I was wondering if anyone has a presentation that does this that they could
> make available. I don't remember exactly how it looked in the webcast but it
> seemed like it was cooler than just showing results in a message-box.
> On a more general note, if anyone is willing to share an "intro to
> plt-scheme" slide show (or even plain old slides) that would be good for
> user groups / bar camps / etc..., I'd be interested in it. Thanks.
>  Scott Hickey
> Senior Consultant
> Object Partners, Inc.
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