I’ve logged this as
It’s not well logged - simply a placeholder - but it does reference this
thread on gg should someone be interested.
On Wed, 28 Aug 2019 at 23:16, Robby Findler
> I think the best path forward probably involves
I think the best path forward probably involves changing DrRacket so
that, on a case-by-case basis, people can opt-in to loading specific
external libraries automatically. I've not yet tried to implement
that, but if someone wants to, the right starting place is the code
that currently disallows
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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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：
(Sorry, accidentally dropped the list CC.)
On Fri, Aug 23, 2019 at 6:42 AM Robby Findler
> Is this an error you see when you click "run" or does it appear along the
> very bottom of the window on its own?
> On Fri, Aug 23, 2019 at 5:23 AM Walter Yang wrote:
>> I'm trying
I'm trying to load a module in drracket:
I got the following error message:
default-load-extension-handler: forbidden (execute) access to
But it's OK load in command
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