The quickscript-extra package (a DrRacket plugin) provides such a facility
(the 'bookmarks' script), among many other things:
It's not perfect but should still be helpful. In case it doesn't suit you
needs, quickscript should allow you to easily write and test what you want.
Any feedback is more than welcome of course.
On Sat, Mar 31, 2018 at 11:31 AM, Geoffrey Knauth <ge...@knauth.org> wrote:
> This happens to me enough in DrRacket I thought I should ask. I'm looking
> at some code. I want to scroll around or search in the file for something
> to check, but later I want to come back to where I was. In Emacs I'd set a
> mark and jump back to it. Was the subject of bookmarks ever considered for
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