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While writing contracts for classes in racket/gui, I noticed that the
implementations of text% and pasteboard% do not act as behavioral
subtypes of editor%, which both classes implement.
In particular, consider the do-copy method from editor%. Its contract
looks like this:
I just heard about OpenMath SCSCP, open standards (XML-based) for
representing algebraic entities and allowing remote procedure calls to a
variety of existing commercial and free algebraic solvers, and my first thought
was: yikes! Do we have bindings for this? It looks like we don't. Given the
I've read the commit and it looks like a good change. I presume you've
re-run the tests and you'll write new tests for the new vector types?
On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 8:41 AM, Noel Welsh noelwe...@gmail.com wrote:
I spent (far too much) time this morning refactoring the definition of
I just pushed a fix for a bug that made DrRacket extremely sluggish on
my laptop. Most everything was slow, but typing in the find and
replace fields was particularly bad -- each character would take about
a second to appear on screen.
The problem turned out to be that my framework preferences
20 minutes ago, Casey Klein wrote:
I just pushed a fix for a bug that made DrRacket extremely sluggish
on my laptop. Most everything was slow, but typing in the find and
replace fields was particularly bad -- each character would take
about a second to appear on screen.
The problem turned
50 minutes ago, Robby Findler wrote:
This would not have helped us with the bug Casey found, I don't think.
Well, not the bug itself (having a huge preference file that is saved
on every keypress), but it would have made life easier since a quick
sequence of keypresses would have only one write
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