BiwaScheme is a Scheme interpreter for web browsers.
Is a little library that provides two forms, one to read a lispy language file into a codeblock and another that makes a system call and renders the results in a verbatim form. Pretty helpful for demos of non-Racket code and who knows what else.
Thanks Racket team, and Danny and Matthew for getting this working.
Scheme: It’s Not Just for Factorial Anymore.
Guile-Emacs continues forward with GSoC.
The ISLISP programming language is a member of the Lisp family of programming languages. It attempts to bridge the gap between the various incompatible members of the Lisp family of languages (most notably Common Lisp, Eulisp, LeLisp, and Scheme) by focusing on standardizing those areas of widespread agreement. It is a small language, closer to the size of Scheme than to Common Lisp, for example.
The most recent change to the specification occurred in 2007.
The design of ISLISP had these design goals:
- Compatible with existing Lisp dialects where feasible.
- Provide basic functionality.
- Designed with extensibility in mind.
- Gives priority to industrial needs over academic needs.
- Promotes efficient implementations and applications.
John Cowan mentioned it on scheme-reports, so I was curious.
Mickey Scheme is an interpreter for R7RS Scheme written in C++