At Mon, 12 Feb 2018 15:55:44 +0300, Dmitry Pavlov wrote:
> I measure the time taken to execute a program in two different ways:
> 1. raco make <myprogram>; time racket <myprogram>
> 2. raco make my-runner.rkt; raco make <myprogram>; time racket my-runner.rkt 
> <myprogram>
> [...]
> To load it dynamically in my-runner.rkt, I use the following function
> kindly provided by Matthew Flatt a few years ago on this mailing list:
> (define (require-input-port p [name (gensym)])
>    (define module-name (make-resolved-module-path name))
>    (parameterize ([current-module-declare-name module-name])
>      (eval-syntax (check-module-form ; ensures that `module` is bound
>                    (with-module-reading-parameterization
>                     (lambda ()
>                       (read-syntax (object-name p) p)))
>                    'ignored
>                    #f)))
>    (dynamic-require module-name #f))

I'm not clear on why you're using `require-input-port` here instead of
`dyanmic-require` with <myprogram>'s path. Does the port `p` contain
the source text for <myprogram>, or does it contain the bytecode from
the ".zo" file created by `raco make <myprogram>?

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