Installing MIT Scheme on Windows 10 — 'Requested Allocation is too large'
I'm trying to get Scheme going so I can work through "Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs" but I keep running into the above-mentioned issue. I know sort of how to solve the problem but I don't know how to go about setting the file in the
bin directory to
--edit for the other directory. Can someone give me an idea if I'm supposed to use git bash, cmd, File directories(properties option)? I looked at properties and I did not find how to edit the file in such a manner.
The version of Scheme I'm using is MIT-GNU Scheme.
You can use the SICP package in Racket.
Download Racket for your OS - https://download.racket-lang.org/
Follow instructions here to install the sicp package : https://docs.racket-lang.org/sicp-manual/index.html
I just did it and got it running in minutes.