I made a little lambda-calculus language and it works for everything, except 
when I try to use it in the repl: racket -I lambda-calculus.  It acts like it 
worked, but when I try to type an expression it says that all the variables 
like #%top-interaction don't exist.  I made a pure language and a base (that 
just adds some stuff to pure) language, and in the main.rkt file, I made a 
reader submodule that just uses the base language: (module reader 

The repl works with lambda-calculus/base and pure, but not plain 
lambda-calculus.  Plain lambda-calculus works in the drracket interactions 
area, so I don't know why it won't work in the repl.

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