>As for searching, the best way is probably to do a Google search for "my query site:arclanguage.org".
True, and I'd figured that out, but neglected to mention it because I still couldn't find what I wanted.
Anyways, search is an important feature these days that every site with some dynamic content should have. You can't expect google's indexer to keep up with all your changes, and a forum with any sort of scale should encourage its users to search for duplicate topics before starting their own lest redundancies abound. I'd like to see an arc solution for searching on these posts.
It does work, but don't do that :) At least if you're generating, for example, very big lists : everything evaluated in your program will be displayed. If your code contains something like (= foo (range 1 1000000)), you'll somewhat regret it...
But, in many cases, that will work just fine, despite the noise generated by the repl. You can also do mzscheme -m -f as.scm < myprogram.arc >/dev/null to turn the whole output off (in case you don't need it at all).