I have put a reminder on my notes that you can help tests AArch64 on
That's really useful.
Thank you for the kind offer,
Andre Garzia writes:
> Thanks Paulo,
> If you need someone to test stuff on real aarch64 hardware just ping me. I
> have both Windows
If you need someone to test stuff on real aarch64 hardware just ping me. I
have both Windows 10 and Ubuntu here (under WSL2)
On Tue, 23 Jun 2020 at 07:57, Paulo Matos wrote:
> Hi Andre,
> Work on this is ongoing - joint work with Jesse Alama. We have two ports
I recently went through the process of embedding the Racket.framework in
Xcode, and i just wanted to share the steps in case anyone else would like
to do this.
Note the documentation says (
"On Mac OS, besides "libracketcs.a" for
I've tried fighting with the docs but I don't really understand why the
(list 'execute (current-directory))
(define ev (make-module-evaluator "#lang racket/gui"))
Your email is not an assault I think, but nevertheless I would like to add some
positive remarks on the community.
It is true that us...@racket-lang.org has changed in the last year or two
years, I think.
There are much less posts of users nowadays.
It is obvious that what you call the
The docs on make-set!-transformer do not mention that it also applies to
That is does apply to both is a good case, I think. I have tried to find the
documentation on the GitHub of racket but could not find it. Please give me a
hint where to look, so I can do a pull request for
Here it is.
I agree that it will be good to have a pointer or an example involving
set!-values in the documentation of make-set!-transformer. The status
quo is kind of indirect. The
On Thursday, June 25, 2020 at 6:14:42 AM UTC+8, jos.koot wrote:
Questions and problem reports of users always are responded to very
It depends. If the problem report starts with "racket crashes when I do
X", it will be fixed within 24 hours. For everything else, not so much.
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