Thanks for your explain, is ther any way I can enforce to load the module?
or let me know which code did this?
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Hendrik Boom wrote on 8/24/19 8:48 AM:
The only problem I see is with the ue of macros in the propietary part
of your software. They make it difficult to take your object code and
link it with revised versions of the LGPL'd Racket code.
This seems much the same problem as doing the analogous
I'm excited to show off two new packages if you'll indulge me:
- unlike-assets: A build tool for interdependent assets. Similar to Webpack, if
you are familiar with the JS ecosystem.
- polyglot: A specific configuration of `unlike-assets` that builds static
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DrRacket expands your program in a mode that is relatively constrained, not
allowing it certain access to the file system or allowing it to run
executables or make network connections or lots of other things. This is
because it starts running code (on your behalf) as soon as it opens the
me too of to maillist..:(
Hong Yang 于 2019年8月24日周六 下午11:04写道：
> Hi Robby
> The error message just apear after I type (require fluxus/fluxus) in the
> drracket. The mentioned so is an extension of racket for fluxus.
> Robby Findler 于 2019年8月23日周五 下午7:43写道：
The -> combinator doesn't support unspecified keywords. ->* won't work either.
Instead, you can try writing a new contract combinator (keyword-procedure/c ?)
Or, don't use define/contract and put the domain checks in the function body.
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>From Bob Martin: (I know he's not the last word, but interesting)
Over the last 5 decades, I’ve used a LOT of different languages.
And I’ve come to a conclusion.
My favorite language of all, the language that I think will outlast all the
others, the language that I believe will
On Fri, Aug 23, 2019 at 07:20:31PM -0400, Neil Van Dyke wrote:
> Aside: One thing I don't want is anyone new to Racket and open source
> licensing to get a chance drive-by impression that Racket has unusual
> "licensing problems". I saw this concern multiple times recently. I'd say
door.rkt draws a picture of a small house, with a door and windows.
Different picture each time you run it.
The bulk of the code is there to handle attributes (like colours and
sizes) in an association list, so that you can establish defaults and
One thing I know is that the
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