[plt-scheme] compiling flickr.plt via PLaneT doesn't create a "compiled" directory

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Thu Nov 22 18:49:13 EST 2007

Oh, that is a good clue. PLaneT probably needs to setup a few more
hooks itself to avoid special modes when compiling.


On Nov 22, 2007 5:27 PM, Eric Hanchrow <offby1 at blarg.net> wrote:
> I've run into this problem again just recently, and now have a clue or
> two: in each case, I've noticed that the directory
> /home/erich/.plt-scheme/planet/300/371.3/cache/dvanhorn/flickr.plt/1/0/
> contains a "compiled" subdirectory, and _that_ subdirectory contains,
> not .dep and .zo files as I'd expect, but rather a single subdirectory
> named "errortrace".  (Not surprisingly, the program that caused
> flickr.plt to be installed indeed was run with "mzscheme -M
> errortrace").  In each case, I fixed the problem by running "planet
> --erase" to remove the package, then running the program again (this
> time without "-M errortrace"), and it's happy afterwards.
> --
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