People hit this using GUI Emacs on macOS -- and use the
`exec-path-from-shell` Emacs Lisp package:


Ever find that a command works in your shell, but not in Emacs?

This happens a lot on OS X, where an Emacs instance started from the
GUI inherits a default set of environment variables.

This library solves this problem by copying important environment
variables from the user's shell: it works by asking your shell to
print out the variables of interest, then copying them into the Emacs


The source is <270 lines of Emacs Lisp -- of which >200 is comments
and boilerplate.

Maybe someone could make an equivalent DrRacket plugin and provide it
as a Racket package?

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