[plt-scheme] typed scheme type checking takes very long

From: Tomi Neste (tomi.neste at gmail.com)
Date: Wed Feb 24 11:10:01 EST 2010

On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 5:53 PM, Carl Eastlund <carl.eastlund at gmail.com>wrote:

> It doesn't matter where you put it.  DrScheme doesn't save a compiled
> version of the *file itself* that you are running -- because, with
> unsaved edits, that may not correspond to the file on disk, anyway.
> DrScheme only saves compiled versions of dependencies (via "require")
> that it has to read from disk.
> That is the behavior I see, anyway.  If I create a file "b.ss" that
> requires "a.ss", I can look in the compiled/ subtree and find a
> compiled version of "a.ss" but not of "b.ss".
> Carl Eastlund
> On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 10:44 AM, Robby Findler
> <robby at eecs.northwestern.edu> wrote:
> > I'm sorry, I wasn't clear. Anywhere in the result of
> > current-library-collection-paths isn't touched in this manner (and
> > that is set by the PLTCOLLECTS environment variable and other things).
> >
> > Robby

Ok, thank you both, I got it working now.

I have always used the collects path as an general mechanism for finding
Scheme modules. So, should I use requires in the form of "foo.ss",
"../bar/main.ss" etc. instead? Wouldn't that hard code the module locations
in my Scheme files?

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