Thanks, I found the elements by using wxme-port->port and
read-char-or-special until I found something special and it turns out
it was caused by fractions.
There are a couple weird things: (1) wxme-read reads them as numbers,
not specials, and (2) the "fractions" are actually rendered in decimal
form in the file when I open it in DrRacket, which is why I didn't
spot them by looking at the file (now that I know where they are, I
can see they're special because cursor moves past the entire number
"71.25" as though it's a single character). But if I
read-char-or-special on them, I get back something rendered as a
fraction. Maybe this has something to do with a difference in
preferences between me and the author of the file?
Other than copy/pasting, I can seem to recreate a decimal-looking
number that is actually a special fraction, so I'm not sure how the
author of the file accomplished this.
On Tue, Nov 7, 2017 at 2:24 PM, Robby Findler
> I believe this is the place that does the check:
> Possibly some printfs in and around there would help?
> On Tue, Nov 7, 2017 at 1:03 PM, David Van Horn <dvanh...@cs.umd.edu> wrote:
>> I have some ISL+ programs that are being saved in the WXME format, but
>> I can't seem to find any element in the file that would trigger this
>> format (no images, comment boxes, etc.).
>> Is there some way to figure out why the files are being saved this way
>> in DrRacket?
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