[racket] News flash! Racket once again a legal choice for developing iPhone apps!

From: Ramakrishnan Muthukrishnan (vu3rdd at gmail.com)
Date: Thu Sep 16 13:17:24 EDT 2010

On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 8:21 AM, Neil Van Dyke <neil at neilvandyke.org> wrote:
> Ah, makes sense that compilation of collections is part of the testing.
> There have been multicore ARMs in SMP configurations.  Maybe there's an
> option there, if someone wants to look into what's currently available and
> whether it's appropriate for the target platform.
> Then there's builds distributed across network hosts, if Racket were adapted
> to do that (I was thinking of something more like "parallel make", with a
> shared FS).  Hardware-wise, depending on the exact ARM target, you could
> have a big long power strip of GuruPlugs, or dev boards, or a 1U rack shelf
> with a row of target phones Velcro'd to it. :) Though that's then testing
> parallel builds rather than the normal way, unfortunately.
> Maybe someone can find a brilliant way that Nokia, Google, or Apple would
> fund students and equipment, that happens to include getting Racket runtime
> or DrRacket on a phone somehow.

Debian buildd builds packages for various architectures and according
to this page, ARM packages exist:



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