On Oct 5, 2010, at 3:25 PM, Ryan Culpepper wrote:

> I seem to have mangled my response right before sending it. Here it is again, 
> hopefully straightened out.
> On 10/05/2010 03:59 PM, John Clements wrote:
>> A couple of weeks ago, you showed me the trick that rackunit uses to allow 
>> single-instantiation of a modules.  I'm now trying to do this
>> for a planet package, and it looks like I have to change the required module 
>> from being a relative to being an absolute path.  That is:
>> (require (prefix-in drlink: private/drracket-link))
> I assume (hope) you meant
>  (require (prefix-in drlink: "private/drracket-link.rkt"))
> for the relative require.

yes, of course. My mistake.

>> must become
>> (require (prefix-in drlink: (planet "drracket-link.rkt" ("clements" 
>> "rsound.plt") "private")))
>> This works, but seems extremely fragile.  Does it make sense to you that 
>> this would be required?  Without it, I get the error below:
> From what I recall, the call to namespace-module-attach must use the correct 
> absolute module path, but the require can be relative. I confirmed that 
> that's how the last PLaneT version of schemeunit that included the tool 
> (version (2 12)) did it.
> It looks like you're using a PLaneT development link. Perhaps that's the 
> source of the problem?
> How about dropping the following code into drracket-link.rkt so it prints out 
> its (absolute) resolved module path when it gets required from the tool.
>  (eprintf "drracket-link.rkt = ~s\n"
>           (resolved-module-path-name
>            (variable-reference->resolved-module-path
>             (#%variable-reference))))

wait... isn't that part of the error message I attached earlier?  Viz:

namespace-attach-module: unknown module (in the source namespace): 

=== context ===
initialize-console method in ...cket/private/rep.rkt:508:4
/Users/clements/plt/collects/drracket/private/main.rkt:663:0: make-basic
/Users/clements/plt/collects/drracket/tool-lib.rkt: [running body]
/Users/clements/plt/collects/drracket/private/drracket-normal.rkt: [running 
/Users/clements/plt/collects/drracket/drracket.rkt: [running body]

> ;; --
> Another thing to consider, if you're going to be distributing this code via 
> PLaneT, is that users will have to restart DrRacket after installing the 
> package so the tool can take effect.
> Ryan

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