[plt-scheme] Interacting w/ MzScheme

From: Matthias Felleisen (matthias at ccs.neu.edu)
Date: Thu Dec 9 22:03:09 EST 2004

Okay, I am not interested in random statements like "I like my Emacs 
better." So do I. I know that DrScheme isn't Emacs. Something like "I 
miss tagging" or "I miss a cvs mode" or "I miss a spell checker" is 

-- Matthias

On Dec 9, 2004, at 9:53 PM, Felix Klock's PLT scheme proxy wrote:

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> On Dec 9, 2004, at 9:36 PM, Daniel Hagerty wrote:
>>     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.
> I've tried the mred sequence suggested above.  When using mred for GUI 
> development, I've found that it doesn't really work, due to how 
> eventspaces interact by default with the terminal repl.
> I instead recommend using [[ the name of a file holding ]] the 
> following shell script as the argument to RUN-SCHEME
> #!/bin/sh
> ~/bin/PLT/bin/mred -e "(current-eventspace (make-eventspace))" -z $@
> -Felix, who is keeping himself from commenting on the virtues of 
> DrScheme versus those of Emacs.
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>  wetsuit are still deliciously warm"
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