[plt-scheme] Re: Formatting Code

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Sat Sep 15 17:50:31 EDT 2007

The indenter is not designed for that! Usually, indentation requests
are on the order of a few lines, since programmers tend to keep the
file indented as they edit.

I wouldn't be surprised if that is the only 50,000 line Scheme source
file in existence.

Did you write it, or is it generated? If the former, maybe you
consider reading up on some constructs for modularity.


On 9/15/07, Majorinc, Kazimir <kazimir at chem.pmf.hr> wrote:
> Shriram Krishnamurthi wrote:
> > Have you tried the Reindent and Reindent All commands
> > in the Scheme menu of DrScheme?
> >
> Unfortunately, I have to note that these commands are very slow. It
> takes about 20 minutes to reindent file of 50 000 lines on a decent comp
> with lot of RAM. Surely, it is large file but not unrealistic either.
> Kazimir Majorinc
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