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Will do. But there's one issue. I needed to replace /usr/bin/mzscheme
with a symlink to /usr/bin/racket.
Racket-5.1 (from this overlay) installs a /usr/bin/mzscheme binary in
addition to /usr/bin/racket. Seems like some useless leftover artifact
('racket' provides the repl, 'mzscheme' segfaults)
Vim-7.3 was released when racket was still plt-scheme, and it
specifically looked for the mzscheme binary. vim-7.3.049 updated the
scheme support to work with racket, but vim still looks for
'/usr/bin/mzscheme' and uses it (sure, thats an upstream issue, but
its what we have right now).
Replacing /usr/bin/mzscheme with a symlink to /usr/bin/racket sorted
that issue out, but this really needs to be something which the racket
ebuild itself resolves (whats that mzscheme binary for, anyway?)
On 12 April 2011 08:32, Marijn <hkBst@g.o> wrote:
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> Hi Imran,
> On 04/12/11 04:43, Imran Rafique wrote:
>> Currently, vim support for embedded racket is disabled in
>> eclass/vim.eclass. I have patched this in my local overlay to add
>> support for both racket (and tcl). As dev-scheme/racket is itself not
>> part of the standard portage tree, I thought it might not make sense
>> to create a new bug to amend the standard vim.eclass. Would it be
>> better to just add the amended vim.eclass to the gentoo-lisp overlay
> Racket is on its way to main tree.
>> If so, then should I just send the patch to this list, or create a
>> bugzilla bug with some gentoo-lisp specific info?
> You can create a bug and have it depend on the bug about getting racket
> in main tree (324161).
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