Sorry for the delay. 1) Coloring of a #; commented-out S-expression, as in Emacs.
2) Code folding that is saved and yet compatible with external editors. The way I would go about dealing with the WXME format would be be to save two files, with the WXME format hidden somewhere (Sqlite or a file) based on the hash of the content of the normal text. If the hash matches, then utilize the extra goodies the WXME affords (e.g. code folding); otherwise just show the normal text version and nobody will be the wiser. 3) Having the ability for the Run button to execute a different process would allow crash-prone C/C++/Go/Rust extensions not annihilate the GUI. 4) The first attempt to get assistance from meta-/ takes quite a while yet excludes operators defined in the current file. Given that it's not including local definitions and/or tokens, and that the next time I start DrRacket, the same list will slowly appear, it ought to be cached. 5) Easy way to avoid byte-code incompatibility, e.g. I download 220.127.116.11 and run into a repetitive dialog about 6.10 byte-code incompatibility without any option for correction. 6) In the preferences dialog (on a Mac at least), the "Revert All Preferences to Defaults" is unclear about whether the defaults are for the displayed tab or for all preferences. At least twice in the past, I've incorrectly assumed that the defaults were for the topic displayed and not all preferences. I fiddled with the background expansion and finally decided "Oh, I'll just put it back to whatever is suggested - bam, all my other settings were gone." 7) Finally, the tools tab has doubtful defaults for preloading tools, e.g. Algol 60. Then there is the question about what "Skip the tool" means. Does that mean that I cannot access these in a running Dr Racket? Thanks for asking suggestions. -John On Sunday, November 26, 2017 at 10:42:29 AM UTC-5, spdegabrielle wrote: > > Hi, > > I’ve noticed some list members use other editors or IDE’s. > > I know two big reasons for using a complex tool is it’s stickiness > factors; normally a combination of familiarity (hence speed) with a lot of > powerful features and non-transportable customisation. > > Putting stickiness factors aside, what features in other editors/IDE’s > would you like to see in DrRacket? > > Kind regards, > > Stephen > > > -- > Kind regards, > Stephen > -- > Ealing (London), UK > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Racket Users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to racket-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.