You probably want to set `current-compiled-file-roots`, which can be initialized by the `PLTCOMPILEDROOTS` environment variable, instead.
At Tue, 6 Jan 2015 11:27:35 -0800, Dan Liebgold wrote: > Hmmm... so this should be as easy to implement as: > > (use-compiled-file-paths (list (build-path "compiled" (version)))) > > Right? Trying it out now. > > Dan > > On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 11:14 AM, Neil Van Dyke <n...@neilvandyke.org> wrote: > > > Dan Liebgold wrote on 01/06/2015 02:00 PM: > > > >> What is a straightforward way to designate the "compiled" directory to > >> look for zo files in that can be based on the Racket version? I'd like to > >> have Racket 5.2.1 and 6.1 running in parallel to aid in upgrading our > >> version. > >> Thanks! > >> > > > > I'd like for this to be the default behavior for Racket. > > > > One possible way: Insert a directory level between the `compiled` > > directory and its contents, with the directory named with the Racket > > version number with which the code is compiled. Only that Racket version > > will run that compiled code. > > > > (When I've been using Racket version A to run a code tree, and then use > > Racket version B with the same code tree, I don't mind waiting for a > > recompile of the code tree, and I'd really prefer it not disturb the code > > compiled with Racket version A. I also don't mind cluttering disk space > > with compiled code for Racket versions that I no longer use; I can always > > make a script to clean those up.) > > > > Neil V. > > > > > > > -- > Dan Liebgold [dan.liebg...@gmail.com] > _________________________ > Racket Developers list: > http://lists.racket-lang.org/dev _________________________ Racket Developers list: http://lists.racket-lang.org/dev