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Re: Which is better, ob-racket or ob-geiser for Racket?

From: Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz
Subject: Re: Which is better, ob-racket or ob-geiser for Racket?
Date: Tue, 08 Jun 2021 23:45:42 +0100


> but I miss having an actual live REPL session.

i rarely use racket, but a thing that might work for you is using
poly-org-mode.  it creates an indirect buffer where all blocks of the
same mode go, and when point is inside on of them, emacs actually sees
it as a single scheme (or racket, in this case) file.  if geiser's repl
is active, maybe it can be directly used (so neither ob-scheme nor
ob-racket should be active.  but i haven't tried myself.

> BTW, there is no run-racket

i'm not sure what you mean by that, but geiser-racket.el certainly
defines a command with that name, when macro-expanding

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and wrong. —Henry Mencken

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