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Re: [Geiser-users] No support for Chez?

From: Bahodir Mansurov
Subject: Re: [Geiser-users] No support for Chez?
Date: Fri, 4 May 2018 01:22:31 +0200 (CEST)
User-agent: Kabutar

Hi Jose,

Thanks for the reply. ecraven's repo [1] seems to confirm what you're
saying. Towards the end of the file documentation and function
signatures are added manually.

Thanks again,


"Jose A. Ortega Ruiz" <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi Bahodir,
> On Thu, May 03 2018, Bahodir Mansurov wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I have Chez Scheme 9.5.1 installed on my system (Linux). I also have
>> geiser-20180413.1646 installed in Emacs 25.3.1. I open up a scheme file
>> and execute 'run-chez'. Autocompletion (via company-mode) works and
>> that's about it. No other geiser features are working — no
>> documentation, no function signature, nothing else. The problem goes
>> away when I use Chicken or Guile.
>> How can I make Chez work with Geiser? Any help would be appreciated.
> All these features are available in other schemes because their scheme
> side supports them.  Geiser always relies on the running scheme to
> obtain the information.  With Chez it might the case that they're not
> implemented yet on the scheme side, or also that they're not provided by
> Chez (e.g., it might well be the case that Chez has not enough built-in
> reflection capabilities to tell you the parameter list of a procedure,
> or extract a docstring).  I didn't implement Chez support and i'm not
> sure about what's lacking here: maybe the contributors to that code
> could chime in here (ecraven is sometimes in irc too)...
> Cheers,
> jao

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