[plt-scheme] automarking again

From: Robby Findler (robby.findler at gmail.com)
Date: Fri Jan 12 20:37:59 EST 2007

Yeah, that's not how the teaching languages are loaded. You need to
construct a module whose language position is the teaching language:

(module studentprogram (lib "htdp-beginner.ss" "lang")
  ...beginners program here ...)

If they use teachpacks, its slightly more complicated. You need to
construct a module that imports beginner and the teachpacks and then
exports them all and then use that module as the language.


On 1/12/07, Prabhakar Ragde <plragde at uwaterloo.ca> wrote:
> Still trying to figure out how to script automarking of student
> submissions. Suppose they are using Beginning Student. Their submission,
> with embedded tests, designed to be run in DrScheme, is in student.ss.
> Our tests of their functions, using printf to display the results, are
> in tests.ss. I write a module which exports printf, called io.ss. Then I
> say:
> mzscheme -e '(require (lib "htdp-beginner.ss" "lang"))' -vmf student.ss
> -t io.ss -f tests.ss
> and it complains that I have definitions in the Interactions window when
> they should be in the Definitions window. If I change "beginner" to
> "intermediate", this works. Any suggestions?
> (I am not convinced that I am loading Beginning Student the right way.)
> Many thanks. --PR
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