[plt-scheme] Win32 + GNU Emacs + Quack: unable to evaluate regions

From: Elena Garrulo (egarrulo at gmail.com)
Date: Tue Jun 23 05:26:11 EDT 2009

I finally nailed it down: the "culprit" is the "#lang" directive at
the beginning of the selected region, which messes things up. Sending
such directive from the inferior scheme prompt elicits the same
"misbehavior", too.

Sorry for not thinking about it before :-(

Thank you all for your kind replies.

2009/6/22, Neil Van Dyke <neil at neilvandyke.org>:
> Elena wrote at 06/22/2009 05:03 AM:
>> whenever I evaluate a region with C-c C-r (scheme-send-region)
>> and  then switch to inferior scheme buffer to evaluate expressions,
>> the interpreter seems to wait for more input even when parentheses are
>> already balanced. Inferior scheme was responsive before. It seems
>> there is a problem regarding interprocess communications between Emacs
>> and MzScheme.
> Can anyone who uses Quack on Windows reproduce this?  (It works fine for
> me under Linux. Quack does not officially support Windows, and I do not
> currently have a Windows system.)
> Elena, if Quack on Windows doesn't work for you soon, I suggest trying
> DrScheme again.  PLT people might be able to help with whatever problems
> you have with DrScheme.
> --
> http://www.neilvandyke.org/

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