[plt-scheme] Issues while unit-testing macro expansion

From: Robby Findler (robby at eecs.northwestern.edu)
Date: Wed Sep 23 06:12:44 EDT 2009

It looks like DrScheme sets current-load-relative-directory to the
directory containing your definitions file if it has been saved and
the startup directory of drscheme otherwise, whereas mzscheme just
sets current-load-relative-directory to #f. I've changed the behavior
of drscheme in SVN so that it now matches mzscheme (note that this
behavior will not change for the upcoming release, but the one after
in a few months time).


On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 10:50 AM, Rommel M. Martinez <ebzzry at gmail.com> wrote:
> I was wondering why is it that when running tests.ss in DrScheme, all
> the tests pass, but not in mzscheme. For DrScheme, when I hit C-t,
> run-tests says that all the tests passed. For mzscheme, when I perform
> (require "tests.ss") it raises an error.
> What is the behavior of current-load-relative-directory wrt this
> matter? How does it differ between DrScheme and MzScheme?
> --
> Rommel M. Martinez
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