Arc is finally here
I am very excited I have been waiting a long time for Arc to make an appearance.
From the top Installation (Official Guide)
Intro and Tutorial (Official)
alias arc='pushd /Users/smorin/code/arc3.1/; mzscheme -f as.scm; pushd'
alias arcdir='cd /Users/smorin/code/arc3.1/'
$chmod 777 mz-352-bin-i386-linux-ubuntu.sh
smorin@smorin-desktop-dell-linux:~/Desktop$ ./mz-352-bin-i386-linux-ubuntu.sh This program will extract and install MzScheme v352.
Note: the required diskspace for this installation is about 20M.
Do you want a Unix-style distribution?
In this distribution mode files go into different directories according to Unix conventions. A "plt-uninstall" script will be generated to make it possible to remove the installation. If say 'no', the whole PLT directory is kept as a single (movable and erasbale) unit, possibly with external links into it.
*** Caution: this is an experimental feature.
Enter yes/no (default: no)
- SELECT: no
Where do you want to install the "mz" directory tree?
1 - /usr/mz [default]
2 - /usr/local/mz
3 - $HOME/mz (/home/smorin/mz)
4 - ./mz (here)
Or enter a different directory to install in.
- SELECT: 3 "$HOME/mz (/home/smorin/mz)"
Checking the integrity of the binary archive... ok.
Unpacking into "/home/smorin/mz"... done.
Do you want to install new system links within the bin, lib, include, man, and doc subdirectories of "/home/smorin", possibly overriding existing links?
- SELECT: N (No)
$tar xvf arc0.tar
Start Arc using the command: (note: If your not in the arc dir it won't work.)
smorin@smorin-desktop-dell-linux:~/arc0$ ~/mz/bin/mzscheme -m -f as.scm
Use (quit) to quit, (tl) to return here after an interrupt.
If you ^C an Arc program, you'll get the Scheme REPL. Use (tl) to get back to the Arc REPL. Scheme Documentation
>(exit 0) /* comment will exit mzscheme */