Some of us have discussed this in recent months. So far, our conclusion
has been "not yet".
At Mon, 05 Jan 2015 10:56:01 +0000, Stephen De Gabrielle wrote:
> (Sorry if this is the wrong list)
> I just saw the LTS Haskell announcement, and it made me wonder if there is
> a racket equivalent?
> I've had occasion to use packages from older versions of racket recently
> and the ability to run quite old code unchanged is remarkable, despite many
> significant changes to racket itself in the past few years.
> The rate of change in Racket *is* terrifyingly but because of the
> remarkable backwards compatibility I'm not terribly concerned.
> Kind regards and HNY,
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