Package exec.plt contributed by synx 
To load: (require (planet synx/exec:1:3))
Old style:(require (planet "main.ss" ("synx" "exec.plt" 1 3)))
Package description:
Replace the current process
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PLaneT versionExternal versionSourceDLsDocsReq. PLTDate added
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[none]2010-05-21
To load: (require (planet synx/exec:1:3))
Available in repositories: 4.x

Exec

This module allows you to replace the scheme process with another one, on any POSIX compatible computer. It disables the itimer to prevent the subsequent process from receiving spurious signals, and cleans up the PLT environment as best as possible (see with-exec) before calling it. Works For Me. YMMV.

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 Old versions
PLaneT versionExternal versionSourceDLsDocsReq. PLTDate added
(1 2)
2
[none]
[none]2009-11-11
To load: (require (planet "main.ss" ("synx" "exec.plt" 1 (= 2))))
Available in repositories: 4.x

Exec

This module allows you to replace the scheme process with another one, on any POSIX compatible computer. It disables the itimer to prevent the subsequent process from receiving spurious signals, and cleans up the PLT environment as best as possible (see with-exec) before calling it. Works For Me. YMMV.

(1 1)
3
[none]
[none]2009-11-11
To load: (require (planet "main.ss" ("synx" "exec.plt" 1 (= 1))))
Available in repositories: 4.x

Exec

This module allows you to replace the scheme process with another one, on any POSIX compatible computer. It disables the itimer to prevent the subsequent process from receiving spurious signals, and cleans up the PLT environment as best as possible (see with-exec) before calling it. Works For Me. YMMV.

(1 0)
0
[none]
[none]2009-11-11
To load: (require (planet "main.ss" ("synx" "exec.plt" 1 (= 0))))
Available in repositories: 4.x

Exec

This module allows you to replace the scheme process with another one, on any POSIX compatible computer. It disables the itimer to prevent the subsequent process from receiving spurious signals, and cleans up the PLT environment as best as possible (see with-exec) before calling it. Works For Me. YMMV.