[gambit-list] REPL behaviour
jays at panix.com
Tue Mar 1 14:28:34 EST 2011
On Tue, 1 Mar 2011, spir <denis.spir at gmail.com> wrote:
> Totally new to Gambit-Scheme (and mostly new to Lisp/Scheme in general).
> I just installed Gambit-C, precisely for learning, and started to try the REPL.
> Here is an example of what I get:
> spir at d:~$ gsi
> Gambit v4.2.8
>> (define var 9)
>> (display var)
> (define var2 10)
>> (define (double x) (+ x x))
>> (double 3)
>> (display double)
> #<procedure #2 double>> (define var3 11)
> 0) No feedback at all for 'define'. (OK)
> 1) New prompt not separated from output of previous command.
> 2) Key-presses of <enter> do not generate new prompt.
> Is all of this intended behaviour? Or what do I miss?
Please forgive me for not answering your question directly.
I usually run my Scheme repls under Quack running on Emacs. I
think the faculties thus provided do help in designing/writing
There are sometime unexpected, to me at least, placements of
stuff printed to the screen, even when running Quack/Emacs.
> vita es estrany
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