[plt-scheme] Can anyone give me some help on running Untyped "Smoke" testapp?

From: Dave Gurnell (d.j.gurnell at gmail.com)
Date: Mon Dec 7 11:02:07 EST 2009

Hi Nevo,

We're in a state of flux right now - the most bleeding edge versions of these libraries are in branches.

The root of the problems is Dispatch, which we've updated in the "bridge" branch but not released. Dispatch is used by the unit tests in Smoke and Delirium, so both of those are in branches too. Unfortunately we have old versions of things in production code and on PLaneT, so it's a pain to move things around and sort them out.

Here's the list of things I think you need for the latest and greatest version of Smoke:

  - unlib trunk;
  - mirrors trunk;
  - dispatch bridge branch;
  - delirium bridge branch;
  - smoke bridge branch.

I hope to get this sorted out over Christmas. At the very least, I want to get the new branches of dispatch and delirium released on PLaneT. It's just a matter of documenting them really, which always takes longer than you think.


-- Dave

Nevo wrote:

> hi:
>   I was originally sending this mail to Matt in Untyped team,and he suggested me to ask here instead . So I'm writing here to ask for some help on running "Smoke" testapp from Untyped's open source svn repo to get known about the "Smoke" library.
>   I'm new to plt scheme (though not new to scheme language) , and now trying to build a simple blog website for myself by using plt web server because it might be enjoyful to do scheme in web application. Then I found out Untyped team provided many cool and useful tools.  Now I'd like to run "Smoke" testapp which is based on schematics-unit .However, when I simply do "mzscheme -f run-tests.ss under "smoke/trunk/src" , it just gave me compiling error all the time , something like "web-server/run-smoke.ss:76:45: compile: unbound identifier in module in: test/text-ui/pause-on-fail". My Plt Scheme version is " MzScheme v4.2.3.3" (built from plt scheme's trunk).  So can anyone give me some help on running smoke testapp?
>   I should mention here that I've also tried to run the smoke branch code ,with some modifications in order to get it run , but not work. One of problems I got was the "core" module collections were missing from planet snooze  (I  just  found that it  was there in  snooze branch "guid"). 
>    Thanks for your help  here 
> Nevo
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