[plt-scheme] Re: problem loading modules

From: Liron Greenstein (Liron86 at gmail.com)
Date: Wed Feb 13 01:07:35 EST 2008

Yep. So does that mean I have to subject myself to
broken^H^H^H^H^Hleeding-edge code just to load modules?  There must be
an easier way...

Liron Greenstein

On Feb 12, 11:51 pm, "Robby Findler" <ro... at cs.uchicago.edu> wrote:
> That tutorial is written for the latest and greatest, which is only
> available via SVN, or from the nightly builds page. Are you using
> v372?
> Robby
> On Feb 12, 2008 10:40 PM, Liron Greenstein <liro... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi, I'm pretty new to PLT, so maybe this is a dumb question: I'm following
> > the "Systems Programming with PLT Scheme" tutorial, and when I run it with
> > (require net/url xml), DrScheme tells me "require: unknown module: net/url".
> > This happens with other modules too.  According to the REPL, my
> > current-load-relative-directory is home, so from there it's (require
> > Scheme/plt/collects/net/url), which still doesn't work.  And same with
> > starting from collects/, or plt/, or the absolute path from /home...  So,
> > does anyone know how to get Scheme to see modules? (If it helps, I'm using
> > v372 on Ubuntu with mred as the language.  I did the install option where
> > it's all in one directory.)  Thanks!
> > Liron Greenstein
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