After installing DrScheme and playing with it for a few minutes I was able to get it to hang with an error similar to the following error. standard-module-name-resolver: collection not found: “texpict” in any of: ()
=== context === cloop temp1229 c:\program files\plt\collects\drscheme\private\rep.ss:1276:17
The fix is to go under C:\documents and settings\Your username\Application Data\PLT Sheme and remove the file pref.ss
If I figure out what I did to produce this file in such a state and post that as well.
If you create a function in bash and want to see its definition. Try
declare -f 'your-function'
After upgrading Cygwin and starting I found that while sourcing my .bashrc file a lot of “: command not found” messages.
It turns out that this is caused by CR/LF endings needing to be CR. Strange, yesterday’s bash didn’t have a problem with this and today the new version does.
The fix is to run d2u on each file to ‘fix’ the line ending. If you have a .profile that sources your .bashrc don’t forget to run d2u on it as well.
Actually, this isn’t much of a fix as you’ll get very annoyed converting all your scripts.
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