[plt-scheme] Best place to install custom current-module-name-resolver?

From: Matthias Felleisen (matthias at ccs.neu.edu)
Date: Thu Apr 10 11:41:34 EDT 2008

Are you looking for ~/.mzschemerc ? It is loaded for every launch of  
mzscheme. -- Matthias

On Apr 10, 2008, at 11:35 AM, Derick Eddington wrote:
> Hi, I've made a hacked current-module-name-resolver so it can find
> module/library files with more file type extensions than only .ss (it
> just alters the passed-in file suffix when appropriate and calls the
> saved standard-module-name-resolver).  It works when I install it
> manually; now I want to patch my PLT code base so it will always
> automatically be installed.  Where's the best place to do
> (let ([cmnr (current-module-name-resolver)])
>   (current-module-name-resolver MINE))
> so that mine will be installed when Mz/Dr starts up?
> I tried doing it in the module body of scheme/base but that didn't  
> work
> because that module's body gets run a number of times.  What's a  
> module
> that's always run on start-up but only run once?  Or what's another  
> way
> to accomplish this?
> Thank you,
> -- 
> : Derick
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