The Module language is really a kind of meta-language, where the program itself specifies its language, usually through a #lang line.
More generally, when using Module, the definitions window must contain a module in some form. Besides #lang, a Scheme module can be written as (module ...). In any case, aside from comments, the definitions window must contain exactly one module.
In the details pane of the module language, some of the configuration options for the Module language that correspond to using various libraries and thus can be used without DrScheme. Here’s how, for the ones that are straightforward (the ones not mentioned here require more sophisticated configuration of various libraries).
Dynamic Properties: The radio buttons corresond to various uses of the errortrace/errortrace-lib library.
The No Debugging or profiling option means not to use the library at all.
The Syntactic test suite coverage option means to use test-coverage-enabled in conjunction with current-eval.
The other two checkboxes save compiled .zo files and adjust the JIT compiler.The populate compiled/ directories option corresponds to
(current-load/use-compiled (make-compilation-manager-load/use-compiled-handler)) (manager-skip-file-handler (λ (p) (file-date-in-paths p (cons (CACHE-DIR) (current-library-collection-paths)))))plus adding either (build-path "compiled" "drscheme") or (build-path "compiled" "drscheme" "errortrace") to the front of use-compiled-file-paths, depending if the Debugging option is set or not.The Preserve stacktrace option corresponds to
Output Syntax: The output syntax options correspond to settings in the scheme/pretty library and the scheme/pconvert library.
Collection Paths: This corresponds to setting the current-library-collection-paths parameter.
Command-line arguments: This corresponds to setting the current-command-line-arguments parameter.