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Tag Archives: Scheme

Nice article on continuations

Here. Scheme is, deceptively simple.

Distinguishing models

It is important to distinguish between the mathematical numbers, the Scheme objects that attempt to model them, the machine representations used to implement the numbers, and notations used to write numbers. – R6RS Chapter 3

A R7RS Small Scheme Timeline

No opinions here, just events.

cheezy scheme

It’s not merely cheezy, it’s full-on spray-can cheez. Who doesn’t love spray cheez… or Scheme… or Emacs-Lisp? (via emacswiki)

Picrin Scheme

Picrin is a lightweight scheme implementation intended to comply with full R7RS specification. Its code is written in pure C99 and does not requires any special external libraries installed on the platform. (via Reddit)

Lisp in Small Pieces

This book is another classic that must be imbibed.

Geiser 0.5 is out

Geiser 0.5 is out both on Marmalade and Melpa.

Schluessel – A Scheme Implementation on Java

Schluessel is an R5RS Scheme implementation based on Java. Schluessel can manipulate Java libraries by using reflection. Scheme applications written by Schluessel can also embed in Java applications.

husk scheme

husk is a dialect of Scheme written in Haskell that implements a superset of the R5RS standard. Husk may be used as either a stand-alone interpreter or as an extension language within a larger Haskell application, and is available under the MIT license.

Scheme Spheres

Scheme Spheres is the batteries (as in “batteries included”) for the Gambit Scheme Compiler. It is a collection of modules and tools to help you build stuff.