[racket] Compiling Racket for Command-Line Use Only

From: Jon Rafkind (rafkind at cs.utah.edu)
Date: Sun May 19 13:19:30 EDT 2013

I think most of the graphical stuff should be loaded at runtime, and you should not need those libraries just to compile racket.

On 05/19/2013 11:16 AM, Nathan Campos wrote:
> Hello,
>     I was thinking about using Racket in my HP Jornada 720 (running Linux of course) just for fun, since it's a cool little machine. The problem is that Racket requires FLTK and a all the stuff to run the graphical environment and libraries, which will make a process a lot harder, since I'll have to compile all the X11 stuff, then compile FLTK, then Racket.
>     Since all the projects I'll run there are going to be built for command-line, is there any flag I can set to make Racket compile only the command-line stuff and ignore the graphical part?
> *Nathan Campos*
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