> But I was really expecting that the option -t in the racket command should
> replace the explicit (require…) in B.rkt. Something like
>> racket -t A.rkt -f B.rkt
> default-load-handler: expected a `module' declaration, but found something
> else

Yes that almost works, but A.rkt needs to provide things for the
require to get them.

Also, I guess we need --lib racket (maybe my -I racket was a mistake):

> racket --lib racket -t A.rkt -f B.rkt

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