OK, thanks. Just wanted to make sure something wasn't broken. It's
only a minor inconvenience - my students are using the version from
the download page, while I usually use one built from source, but I've
just been using the regular 5.2.1 version to run their programs. In
any event, perhaps the documentation needs to be updated: the entry:
points to the mzscheme version of provide.

--- nadeem

On Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 8:22 PM, Robby Findler
<ro...@eecs.northwestern.edu> wrote:
> Because it was changed to be based on "#lang racket" instead of the
> (old) "#lang mzscheme" not too long ago. I think there was a post here
> (or on the users's list) about this, but I'm not sure that this
> particular point was mentioned there, so I can see how you'd be
> surprised.
> Is this causing you trouble with classes or similar? Would a "#lang
> eopl/mzscheme" or something like that be useful for backwards
> compatibility? (You'd still need to use that #lang line, tho, since
> the regular eopl language is now changed for good.)
> Robby
> On Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 7:09 PM, Nadeem Abdul Hamid <nad...@acm.org> wrote:
>> How come when building Racket from the latest source of the repository
>> (at least as of 3 days ago), #lang eopl doesn't recognize
>> (all-defined) as a valid provide spec and wants (all-defined-out)
>> instead?
>> --- nadeem
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