[racket] How to use typed/racket within Emacs and scheme top level ???

From: Scott McLoughlin (scottmcl66 at gmail.com)
Date: Mon Oct 18 00:18:52 EDT 2010

  The Web site at the URL you name still claims that the Quack
available for download is from "2009-10-14" - a year old.

Is there some reason the new version you mention is not
available for download?

Thanks much!

- Scott

On 10/14/2010 1:39 AM, Neil Van Dyke wrote:
> I think probably you need to invoke the interpreter like "racket -il 
> typed/racket".
> I just uploaded a new version of Quack that adds this as one of the 
> options by default: http://www.neilvandyke.org/quack/
> If you've already run Quack from your Emacs, then to get these new 
> default settings, you will probably have to do" "M-x quack-customize 
> RET", find the "Quack Programs" item, click on its "State" button, and 
> select "Erase Customization".
> Also, know that using Quack to load a file that defines a module into 
> the REPL is not the same thing as "require"-ing the module.  DrRacket 
> makes this a bit easier than Quack does.  (Someday I might get more 
> time to spend on Quack, and make this easier.)

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