This was 100% caused by using an outdated version of DrRacket. In my case
the terminal window was just empty, no messages. It seems that If any of
your code produces an output in the REPL window of DrRacket that will cause
the terminal window to show.
On Monday, 1
I noticed a similar behavior if I left any dangling "display" or "write" in
the code, a terminal window would open with those messages in it. Is this
what might be happening to you?
On Tue, 26 May 2020 at 12:09, Philip Benade wrote:
> Hi Alex
> I managed to get it working. Updating Dr.Racket
I managed to get it working. Updating Dr.Racket to 7.7 did the trick. I
should have thought of it sooner, but I became so wrapped up in looking for
the problem in my code I didn't think of it.
Thank you for your help.
On Tuesday, 26 May 2020 11:50:58 UTC+2, Alex
I cannot reproduce this. If I create the executable from the command line
using "raco exe --gui work-timer.rkt", or from DrRacket specifying GRacket
as the "base", the console window does not show up.
If I create the executable using "raco exe work-timer.rkt" or by specifying
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