[racket] Geiser 0.1.4 released

From: Jose A. Ortega Ruiz (jao at gnu.org)
Date: Sat Nov 26 15:55:18 EST 2011


I've just tagged version 0.1.4 of Geiser, an emacs environment for
hacking in Guile Scheme and Racket  (see http://geiser.nongnu.org for
more details).

This is a mostly bug fix release.

New features:

   - Indentation for Racket's splicing-let and friends.
   - Customizable prompt waiting time (geiser-repl-startup-time).
   - New customizable faces: geiser-font-lock-repl-prompt and

Bug fixes:

   - C-c C-r and friends won't send unbalanced sexps to Scheme.
   - C-c C-z works after run-geiser in a Scheme buffer.
   - REPL: TAB indenting around whitespace.
   - Racket: correct display of output to standard error (such as
   - Guile: ditto.
   - Elisp: compatibility problems with filladapt fixed.
   - Racket: autodoc in R5RS modules.

Happy hacking,
A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming, is
not worth knowing.
  - Alan Perlis, Epigrams in Programing

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