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2 points by rocketnia 1222 days ago | link | parent

Oh, sorry. Now that I test it, I realize I remembered incorrectly.

The only time I get those spurious R characters is when I paste code into the REPL and then press enter manually. I don't get them when typing multi-line definitions directly at the REPL, and I don't get them if the code I'm pasting already has a line break at the end.

So the habit I've formed is to make sure the code I'm pasting already has a line break at the end.

I notice this issue also happens on Racket 5.3.3 -- I'm a few versions behind -- and it does not happen in the REPLs for Node.js or Clojure. It's some kind of bug in Racket. (Hmm... Racket's port.c has a bunch of spaghetti code for CRLF processing. Maybe the bug's in there somewhere.)