Second the desire for this not to be the case. Personally, my
solution is just to rename the folder after installing it. I am
currently working with binaries from
On Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 3:51 PM, Stephen Smith
> Authoring a new Racket book (targeting all platforms and non-programmers)
> and having to tell users to quote paths with spaces to be able to use the
> command-line tools seems distracting and an unnecessary complexity to impose
> on them.
> Reference this post:
> https://groups.google.com/d/msg/racket-users/2-ASoQ03x9Q/AXQyV4MTx0EJ by
> Matthew Johnson.
> From a *nix perspective, it just seems like 'bad practice' to have folder
> names with spaces? Though, devil's advocate, I get that underscores or
> combined words can be unsightly, especially on a Mac where there are
> hard-core design people to contend with (I can hear them now, "It doesn't
> look nice in Finder" :-) but for Mac apps that have command-line tools it
> seems more common to not have spaces in the folder name leading to a bin
> Is there a particular reason why Racket uses a space in its folder name?
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