[plt-scheme] Interacting w/ MzScheme

From: Matthias Felleisen (matthias at ccs.neu.edu)
Date: Thu Dec 9 22:01:34 EST 2004

I will assume you're proposing this to Pinku. -- Matthias, been there 
done that

On Dec 9, 2004, at 9:36 PM, Daniel Hagerty wrote:

>     Just to chime in, I do most of my scheme hacking with mzscheme run
> from emacs (I've done eating related tasks using my emacs).  I'll
> start up drscheme from time to time if I want something it does better
> (e.g. show me execution coverage when running test code), but I find
> it distasteful -- it's not my emacs and isn't going to be my emacs
> without a lot more work.
>     I've never bothered to hack up a transparent repl-alike, and will
> ocasionally get myself in trouble if I forget to eval an edit, but
> "eh".
>     As it is, I don't do a lot of gui hacking, so I haven't had to
> worry about the lack of the bigger image support from mzscheme proper.
>     Try C-u M-x run-scheme and feed it "mred -z" as your scheme
> intepreter.  This should *probably* fit within the standard inferior
> scheme mode for emacs, but I haven't tried beating on it very hard.

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