[plt-scheme] .Z* files in SLaTeX

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Fri Sep 10 10:45:12 EDT 2004

At Fri, 10 Sep 2004 10:23:10 -0400, Prabhakar Ragde wrote:
> >If a syntax error or read error is raised, drscheme's default handler
> >does the highlighting.
> I'm running a Makefile to do the slide generation, and it runs a
> script which calls mzscheme. If that reports an error, I open the
> slide source file containing the error. I know the offending line
> number and column, but I don't know a quick way of getting there --
> something like M-x goto-line in Emacs. 


> Another thing that frequently happens to me is that I forget a close
> paren. The whole source file turns pink, which is not much use to
> me. There isn't a key shortcut for "clear error highlight", so I have
> to do that from a menu before I do anything else. Then I go down to
> the bottom, stick my cursor on the last close paren, and scroll up to
> find out what it's closing, which generally is quite close to my
> error. Is there any more effective way to do this? Thanks. --PR

I wouldn't bother explicitly clearing the highlight. Just make an edit
and the highlight will go away. other than that, I don't have any


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