[racket] raco commands via planet

From: Matthew Flatt (mflatt at cs.utah.edu)
Date: Mon Jul 26 15:35:22 EDT 2010

I think you meant

 (planet kazzmir/check:1:0/check)

If `module-path?' returns #f, then it really is likely to be a syntax
problem in the module path instead of a bug in `module-path?'.

Meanwhile, I'll change `raco' to accept a relative-string path.

At Mon, 26 Jul 2010 11:12:34 -0600, Jon Rafkind wrote:
>   I tried adding a command to raco in the info.rkt file of my planet 
> package but I can't find the correct module path to use. If I try a 
> local path then raco dies with "cannot find blah.rkt", if I try a path 
> like (planet me:package/1/0/blah) then `module-path?' returns #f and 
> raco dies (line 20 of raco/all-tools.rkt).
> (define raco-commands '(["extract" (planet kazzmir:check/1/0/check)
>                           "show module information" 50]))
> Or
> (define raco-commands '(["extract" "check.rkt"
>                           "show module information" 50]))
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