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MZSCHEME

MZSCHEME

Section: User Commands (1) Updated: January 2008
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NAME

mzscheme - The PLT Scheme implementation  

SYNOPSIS

mzscheme [ option ... ] [ argument ... ]  

DESCRIPTION

MzScheme is the PLT Scheme implementation.

Run


   mzscheme --help

for a list of command-line options and other start-up information.

Supplying no arguments to mzscheme is the same as supplying the -i option for interactive evaluation.

Supplying a single non-switch argument to mzscheme is the same as putting -u before the argument to run it as a module-based script.

 

MORE INFORMATION

For further information, run


   plt-help

to open installed documentation in your web browser.

Alternately, consult the on-line documentation and other information available at

http://www.plt-scheme.org/software/mzscheme/

 

AUTHOR

MzScheme was implemented by Matthew Flatt (mflatt@plt-scheme.org). It was originally based on libscheme, written by Brent Benson.  

SEE ALSO

plt-help(1), drscheme(1), mred(1), setup-plt(1), mzc(1)


 

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