[plt-scheme] Interacting w/ MzScheme

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Fri Dec 10 07:07:43 EST 2004

At Fri, 10 Dec 2004 00:33:21 -0500, Eli Barzilay wrote:
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> On Dec 10, Don Blaheta wrote:
> > And while I'm complaining about the DrScheme editor, I'll again note
> > my frustration with the non-openness of the snip system.  I love how
> > flexible and extensible it is, but if I want to read my students'
> > files, or (heaven forbid) process them automatically, I have to
> > actually open up DrScheme.  I can't write a mzscheme script because
> > the editor% class is drscheme-only, and I can't write a script in
> > some other language because there is no documentation of the format.
> > This is annoying when major corporations do it, and it's not really
> > any less annoying here.
> See the handin-server code in cvs.

Yes. As Eli is pointing out, this is just patently false. You want
mred, which is also a standalone interpreter, just with gui libraries
linked in.


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