That happens when the .zo files produced by plain command-line racket conflict
with ones that come from DrRacket. Or the other way around, I am not sure. Or
something else related to .zo files that are no longer valid for some reason.
Anyway, try removing the 'compiled' directories from your source tree and
On May 14, 2017 12:19:22 AM EET, onn...@gmail.com wrote:
>While working through the first bits of the HtDP2e book, in DrRacket
>6.9 on Mac, I get the following error whenever I try to run any program
>in the "Definitions" window that contains (require 2htdp/universe):
>link: bad variable linkage;
>reference to a variable that is not a procedure or structure-type
>constant across all instantiations
> reference phase level: 0
>variable module: "/Applications/Racket
> variable phase: 0
>reference in module: "/Applications/Racket
>Googling the error didn't help me out, and I'm afraid I'm too much of a
>noob right now to understand what's going on. What's more, I'm really
>sure this worked fine a few days ago. Restarting DrRacket doesn't help
>Any suggestions would be most welcome! Thanks in advance :-)
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