[plt-scheme] How to make a stand alone exe

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Fri Nov 3 13:36:19 EST 2006

Which language were you using?

If you weren't, I think you should probably use the `module' language.
For that to work, you program must be in a module (or modules). After
that, DrScheme can figure everything out (except where you want to put
the distribution, of course :). You don't need anything but that one
menu item.


At Thu, 02 Nov 2006 22:22:09 -0500, Pierre wrote:
> I have a program which works properly within DrScheme environment.
> Using the DrScheme menu I "create an executable"  name verbo-edit.exe
> Then I use the following command:
> C:\programs\PLT\mzc.exe --exe-dir distro verbo-edit.exe
> this produces the following directory structure -represented here using 
> parens-
> (distro   verbo-edit.exe
>             (lib 5 dll files
>                   (plt
>                       (verbo-edit
>                           (collects
>                               (mzlib   many .ss files
>                                          (compiled  many .zo and .dep files)
>                                          (private many .ss files
>                                              (compiled  many .zo and 
> .dep files)
>                                              (plt-match   many .scm 
> files))))))))
> I get the following messages when I run the exe file in distro.
> standard-module-name-resolver: collection not found: "mzlib" in
> any of: (#<path:C:\Documents and Settings\pierre\Application Data\PLT 
> Scheme\352\collects>)
> What part of this am I doing wrong?
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