[plt-scheme] running an MzScheme debugger in Emacs?

From: Ben Simon (benjisimon at gmail.com)
Date: Fri Apr 25 16:29:39 EDT 2008

On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 3:11 PM, Doug Orleans <dougorleans at gmail.com> wrote:

> Ben Simon writes:
>  > Interesting. So, the bottom line is: kill the buffer, start a new one
> (for
>  > good reasons).  I suppose I can wrap that up in an elisp function,
> though,
>  > I'd imagine someone did that already. Right?
> I only kill the process, not the whole buffer, so that I keep the
> command history (M-p).

Ooh, good idea.

Another question - is it possible to kick off mred or mzscheme in the
"(module ...)" mode for a particular file?

That is, if I'm in DrScheme and I have:
  (module foo mzscheme
     (define x 10))

and the language is set to (module ...) - when I hit Control + t, I end up
at a REPL that gives me access to `x'.

Could I approximate this with emacs?

In the past I've done with Noel suggests, and have a -test.ss file ready to
go, with the require.  But, DrScheme has spoiled me with this feature.

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