language: Scheme


Language:
Scheme

Language:
Scheme

Language:
Scheme, Prolog
Package:
"Paradigms of AI Programming"
Version:
?
Parts:
book with interpreters and compilers in Common Lisp
Author:
Peter Norvig
Location:
bookstore, and ftp://unix.sri.com/pub/norvig/*
Description:
?
Updated:
?

Language:
Scheme
Package:
Bigloo
Version:
1.9b
Parts:
interpreter, compiler(->ANSI C), runtime
Author:
Manuel Serrano <Manuel.Serrano@inria.fr>
Location:
ftp://ftp.inria.fr/INRIA/Projects/icsla/Implementations/bigl* http://cuiwww.unige.ch/~serrano/bigloo.html
Description:
The main goal of Bigloo is to deliver small and fast stand alone applications.
Conformance:
IEEE Scheme standard with some extensions for regex handling
Features:
Optimization supported.
Ports:
sun, sony news, sgi, linux, hp-ux
Portability:
very high for unix systems
Updated:
June 24th, 1997

Language:
Scheme
Package:
DrScheme
Version:
4.2.5
Parts:
?
Author:
Rice PLT
Location:
http://www.plt-scheme.org/software/drscheme
Description:
DrScheme is an interactive, integrated, graphical programming environment that is included with PLT Scheme.
Updated:
Apri 2010

Language:
Scheme
Package:
Elk (Extension Language Kit)
Version:
3.0
Parts:
interpreter, dynamically-loadable libraries, run-time, documentation, examples.
Author:
Oliver Laumann <net@cs.tu-berlin.de>
Location:
http://www.informatik.uni-bremen.de/~net/elk ftp://ftp.x.org/contrib/devel_tools/elk-3.0.tar.gz
europe:
ftp://ftp.uni-bremen.de/pub/programming/languages/scheme/elk/elk-3.0.tar.gz
Description:
Elk is a Scheme implementation designed as an embeddable, reusable extension language subsystem for applications written in C or C++. Elk is also useful as a stand-alone Scheme implementation, in particular as a platform for rapid prototyping of X11-based Scheme programs.
Conformance:
R^4RS
Reference:
Oliver Laumann and Carsten Bormann, Elk: The Extension Language Kit, USENIX Computing Systems, vol 7, no 4, 1994.
Features:
  • Full incremental, dynamic loading on many platforms
  • Freezing of interpreter/application into executable file
  • C/C++ programmer's interface for language interoperability
  • Scheme bindings for X11 Xlib, Xt, Athena and Motif widgets
  • UNIX interface (not restricted to POSIX)
  • debugger, bitstrings, records, regular expressions
  • stop-and-copy and generational incremental garbage collector
  • 230+ pages of documentation (troff and PostScript)
Ports:
numerous UNIX platforms (see MACHINES in the distribution).
Status:
Elk was first published in 1989.
Announcements:
comp.lang.scheme
Updated:
1995/08

Language:
Scheme
Package:
ezd (easy drawing for programs on X displays)
Version:
15mar93
Parts:
interpreter/server
Author:
?
Location:
ftp://gatekeeper.dec.com/pub/DEC/ezd/*
Description:
Ezd is a graphics server that sits between an application program and the X server and allows both existing and new programs easy access to structured graphics. Ezd users have been able to have their programs produce interactive drawings within hours of reading the man page. Structured graphics: application defined graphical objects are ordered into drawings by the application. Loose coupling to the application program: unlike most X tools, ezd does not require any event handling by the application. The ezd server mantains window contents. When an event occurs on such an object, an application supplied Scheme expression is evaluated.
Contact:
Joel Bartlett <bartlett@decwrl.dec.com> ?
Updated:
March 10th, 1993

Language:
Scheme
Package:
Fools' Lisp
Version:
1.3.2
Parts:
?
Author:
Jonathan Lee <jonathan@scam.berkeley.edu>
Location:
ftp://scam.berkeley.edu/src/local/fools.tar.Z
Description:
a small Scheme interpreter that is R4RS conformant.
Ports:
Sun-3, Sun-4, Decstation, Vax (ultrix), Sequent, Apollo
Updated:
October 31st, 1991

Language:
Scheme
Package:
Gambit Scheme System
Version:
2.0
Parts:
interpreter, compiler, linker, libraries
Author:
Marc Feeley <feeley@iro.umontreal.ca>
Location:
ftp://ftp.iro.umontreal.ca/pub/parallele/gambit/*
Description:
Gambit is an optimizing Scheme compiler/system. The Macintosh port can run with Toolbox and has a built-in editor.
Conformance:
IEEE Scheme standard and `future' construct.
Ports:
68k: unix, sun3, hp300, bbn gp100, NeXT, Macintosh
Updated:
?

Language:
Scheme
Package:
Hobbit
Version:
release 4b
Parts:
compiler(->C), documentation
Author:
Tanel Tammet <tammet@cs.chalmers.se>
Location:
ftp://ftp.cs.chalmers.se/pub/users/tammet/hobbit4b.tar.gz It is more convenient to ftp the stuff, read the paper and more by using the WWW URL - http://www.cs.chalmers.se/pub/users/tammet/home.html
Description:
The main aim of hobbit is to produce maximally fast C programs which would retain most of the original Scheme program structure, making the output C program readable and modifiable. Hobbit is written in Scheme and is able to self-compile. Hobbit release 1 works together with the scm release scm4b3. Future releases of scm and hobbit will be coordinated.
Reference:
ftp://ftp.cs.chalmers.se/pub/users/tammet/hobbit.ps.gz
Requires:
scm 4b3
Updated:
April 25th, 1995

Language:
Scheme
Package:
libscheme
Version:
0.5
Parts:
embedded interpreter
Author:
Brent Benson <Brent.Benson@mail.csd.harris.com>
Location:
ftp.cs.indiana.edu in imp/libscheme-0.5.tar.gz
Description:
An embedded interpreter for Scheme written in C, can be used as a command interpreter or extension language, and is easily extended in C with new primitive types, primitve functions and syntax. Now supports linkage with C++.
Conformance:
Revised^4 Report on the Algorithmic Language Scheme.
Updated:
October 21st, 1994

Language:
Scheme
Package:
MIT Scheme (aka C-Scheme)
Version:
7.2
Parts:
interpreter, large runtime library, emacs macros, native-code compiler, emacs-like editor, source-level debugger
Author:
MIT Scheme Team (primarily Chris Hanson, Jim Miller, and Bill Rozas, but also many others)
Location:
ftp://altdorf.ai.mit.edu/archive/scheme-7.2 DOS floppies ($95) and Unix tar tapes ($200) from Scheme Team / c/o Prof. Hal Abelson / MIT AI Laboratory / 545 Technology Sq. / Cambridge, MA 02139
Description:
Scheme implementation with rich set of utilities.
Conformance:
full compatibility with Revised^4 Report on Scheme, one known incompatibility with IEEE Scheme standard
Bugs:
bug-cscheme@zurich.ai.mit.edu
Ports:
68k (hp9000, sun3, NeXT), MIPS (Decstation, Sony, SGI), HP-PA (600, 700, 800), Vax (Ultrix, BSD), Alpha (OSF), i386 (DOS/Windows, various Unix)
Status:
activly developed
Discussion:
info-cscheme@zurich.ai.mit.edu (cross-posted to comp.lang.scheme.c)
Updated:
August 24th, 1992

Language:
Scheme
Package:
MzScheme
Version:
4.2.5
Parts:
?
Author:
Matthew Flatt
Location:
http://www.plt-scheme.org/software/mzscheme
Description:
The MzScheme package is a subset of the PLT Scheme package; it contains MzScheme and console applications based on it, including the PLT web server, but not including docs or GUI applications.
Updated:
May 2010

Language:
Scheme
Package:
PC-Scheme
Version:
3.03
Parts:
compiler, debugger, profiler, editor, libraries
Author:
Texas Instruments
Location:
ftp://altdorf.ai.mit.eduarchive/pc-scheme/*
Description:
Written by Texas Instruments. Runs on MS-DOS 286/386 IBM PCs and compatibles. Includes an optimizing compiler, an emacs-like editor, inspector, debugger, performance testing, foreign function interface, window system and an object-oriented subsystem. Also supports the dialect used in Abelson and Sussman's SICP.
Conformance:
Revised^3 Report, also supports dialect used in SICP.
Restriction:
official version is $95, contact rww@ibuki.com
Ports:
MSDOS
Updated:
Febuary 23rd, 1992

Language:
Scheme
Package:
PCS/Geneva
Version:
4.02PL1
Parts:
compiler, debugger, profiler, editor, libraries
Author:
"a team at the u. of Geneva"
Location:
send email to schemege@uni2a.unige.ch
Description:
PCS/Geneva is a cleaned-up version of Texas Instrument's PC Scheme developed at the University of Geneva. The main extensions to PC Scheme are 486 support, BGI graphics, LIM-EMS pagination support, line editing, and assembly-level interfacing.
Contact:
schemege@uni2a.unige.ch
Updated:
January 11th, 1994

Language:
Scheme
Package:
Psd (Portable Scheme Debugger)
Version:
1.1
Parts:
debugger
Author:
Kellom{ki Pertti <pk@cs.tut.fi>
Location:
ftp://cs.tut.fi/pub/src/languages/schemes/psd.tar.Z
Description:
source code debugging from emacs
Restriction:
GNU GPL
Requires:
R4RS compliant Scheme, GNU Emacs.
Ports:
scm, Elk, Scheme->C
Updated:
October 8th, 1992

Language:
Scheme
Package:
PseudoScheme
Version:
2.8
Parts:
translator(Common Lisp)
Author:
Jonathan Rees <jar@cs.cornell.edu>
Location:
?
Description:
?
Conformance:
R3RS except call/cc.
Requires:
Common Lisp
Ports:
Lucid, Symbolics CL, VAX Lisp, Explorer CL
Announcements:
info-clscheme-request@mc.lcs.mit.edu
Updated:
?

Language:
Scheme
Package:
PSI
Version:
pre-release
Parts:
interpreter, virtual machine
Author:
Ozan Yigit <oz@ursa.sis.yorku.ca>, David Keldsen, Pontus Hedman
Location:
from author
Description:
I am looking for a few interested language hackers to play with and comment on a scheme interpreter. I would prefer those who have been hacking portable [non-scheme] interpreters for many years. The interpreter is PSI, a portable scheme interpreter that includes a simple dag compiler and a virtual machine. It can be used as an integrated extension interpreter in other systems, allows for easy addition of new primitives, and it embodies some other interesting ideas. There are some unique[2] code debug/trace facilities, as well, acceptable performance resulting from a fairly straight-forward implementation. Continuations are fully and portably supported, and perform well. PSI is based on the simple compilers/vm in Kent Dbyvig's thesis.
Conformance:
R^4RS compatible with a number of useful extensions.
Updated:
Febuary 19th, 1993

Language:
Scheme
Package:
Schematik
Version:
1.1.5.2
Parts:
programming environment
Author:
Chris Kane, Max Hailperin <max@nic.gac.edu>
Location:
ftp://ftp.gac.edu/pub/next/scheme/*
europe:
ftp://ftp.informatik.uni-muenchen.depub/next/ProgLang
Description:
Schematik is a NeXT front-end to MIT Scheme for the NeXT. It provides syntax-knowledgeable text editing, graphics windows, and user-interface to an underlying MIT Scheme process. It comes packaged with MIT Scheme 7.1.3 ready to install on the NeXT.
Ports:
NeXT, MIT Scheme 7.1.3
Portability:
requires NeXTSTEP
Contact:
schematik@gac.edu
Updated:
March 11th, 1993

Language:
Scheme
Package:
Scheme Library (slib)
Version:
2a1
Parts:
library, documentation
Author:
?? Aubrey Jaffer <jaffer@ai.mit.edu>
Location:
in ftp://altdorf.ai.mit.edu/archive/scm/slib*.tar.Z ftp://prep.ai.mit.edu/pub/gnu/jacal/slib*.tar.gz ftp://ftp.maths.tcd.ie/pub/bosullvn/jacal/slib*.tar.gz ftp://ftp.cs.indiana.edu/pub/scheme-repository/imp/slib*.tar.gz
Description:
SLIB is a portable scheme library meant to provide compatibiliy and utility functions for all standard scheme implementations.
Ports:
Scm4b, Chez, ELK 1.5, GAMBIT, MITScheme, Scheme->C, Scheme48, T3.1.
Status:
actively developed
Contact:
Aubrey Jaffer <jaffer@zurich.ai.mit.edu>
Updated:
October 9th, 1993

Language:
Scheme
Package:
Scheme->C
Version:
15mar93
Parts:
compiler(->C)
Author:
Digital Western Research Laboratory; Joel Bartlett
Location:
ftp://gatekeeper.dec.com/pub/DEC/Scheme-to-C/*
Description:
Translates Revised**4 Scheme to C that is then compiled by the native C compiler for the target machine. This design results in a portable system that allows either stand-alone Scheme programs or programs written in both compiled and interpreted Scheme and other languages.
Conformance:
superset of Revised**4
  • "expansion passing style" macros
  • foreign function call capability
  • interfaces to Xlib (ezd & Scix)
  • records
Reference:
send Subject "help" to WRL-Techreports@decwrl.dec.com for technical report. Other documentation in Scheme-to-C directory on gatekeeper.
Ports:
VAX/ULTRIX, DECstation ULTRIX, Alpha AXP OSF/1, Microsoft Windows 3.1, NT, Apple Macintosh 7.1, HP 9000/300, HP 9000/700, Sony News, SGI Iris and Harris Nighthawk and other Unix-like m88k systems.

The 01nov91 version is also available on Amiga, SunOS, NeXT, and Apollo systems.

Status:
actively developed, contributed ports welcomed
Updated:
March 15th, 1993

Language:
Scheme
Package:
Scheme84
Version:
?
Parts:
?
Author:
?
Location:
Send a tape w/return postage to: Scheme84 Distribution / Nancy Garrett / c/o Dan Friedman / Department of Computer Science / Indiana University / Bloomington, Indiana. Call 1-812-335-9770.
Description:
?
Requires:
VAX, Franz Lisp, VMS or BSD
Contact:
nlg@indiana.edu
Updated:
?

Language:
Scheme
Package:
Scheme88
Version:
?
Parts:
?
Author:
?
Location:
ftp://nexus.yorku.ca/pub/scheme/*
Description:
?
Contact:
?
Updated:
?

Language:
Scheme
Package:
scm
Version:
4e1
Parts:
interpreter, conformance test, documentation
Author:
Aubrey Jaffer <jaffer@zurich.ai.mit.edu>
Location:
ftp://altdorf.ai.mit.edu/archive/scm/scm* ftp://prep.ai.mit.edu/pub/gnu/jacal/scm*.tar.gz ftp://ftp.cs.indiana.edu/pub/scheme-repository/imp/scm*.tar.gz
canada:
ftp://nexus.yorku.ca/pub/oz/scheme/new/*
europe:
ftp://ftp.maths.tcd.ie/pub/bosullvn/jacal/*
Description:
Fast portable R4RS Scheme interpreter.
Conformance:
Revised^4 Report on the Algorithmic Language Scheme, IEEE P1178 specification.
Restriction:
GNU General Public License
Requires:
SLIB (pointers to it in documentation)
Ports:
Amiga, Atari-ST, MacOS, MS-DOS, OS/2, NOS/VE, Unicos, VMS, Unix. ASCII and EBCDIC both supported.
Status:
actively developed
Contributions:
send $$$ to Aubrey Jaffer, 84 Pleasant St., Wakefield, MA 01880
Updated:
April 29th, 1994

Language:
Scheme
Package:
scsh
Version:
0.4
Parts:
parser, libraries
Author:
Olin Shivers, Brian Carlstrom <bdc@blackjack.ai.mit.edu> and David Albertz
Location:
ftp://clark.lcs.mit.edu/pub/su/scsh/scsh.tar.z ftp://swiss-ftp.ai.mit.edu/pub/su/scsh/scsh.tar.z
Description:
Scsh is a Unix shell that is embedded within R4RS Scheme. It provides high-level shell notation and full access to the Unix system calls. The current implementation is built on top of Scheme 48, version 0.36.

Real interactive use needs a parser for an sh-like syntax, job control, and the gnu readline library. If you're interested in hacking on these things, drop us a line at scheme-underground@ai.mit.edu. We've got designs for most of this stuff; we're just short on time and bodies.

Portability:
easy to port
Ports:
SunOS, NetBSD, Linux, HP-UX, NeXTSTEP (on intel)
Discussion:
<scsh@martigny.ai.mit.edu>
Bugs:
<scsh-bugs@martigny.ai.mit.edu>
Contact:
<scsh-request@martigny.ai.mit.edu>
Updated:
November 1st, 1995

Language:
Scheme
Package:
Similix
Version:
5.0
Parts:
partial evaulator, debugger
Author:
Anders Bondorf <anders@diku.dk>
Location:
ftp://ftp.diku.dk/pub/diku/dists/Similix.tar.Z
Description:
Similix is an autoprojector (self-applicable partial evaluator) for a higher order subset of the strict functional language Scheme. Similix handles programs with user defined primitive abstract data type operators which may process global variables (such as input/output operators).
Conformance:
extension of large subset of R4RS Scheme.
Requires:
Scheme
Ports:
Scm, Chez Scheme
Portability:
high
Contact:
Anders Bondorf <anders@diku.dk>
Updated:
May 18th, 1993

Language:
Scheme
Package:
siod (Scheme In One Day, or Scheme In One Defun)
Version:
3.0
Parts:
interpreter,library,documentation,sql interface
Author:
George Carrette <gjc@world.std.com>
Location:
ftp://ftp.std.com/pub/gjc ftp://ftp.cs.indiana.edu
Description:
Small scheme implementation in C arranged as a set of subroutines that can be called from any main program for the purpose of introducing an interpreted extension language. Compiles to 20K bytes of executable (VAX/VMS). Lisp calls C and C calls Lisp transparently.
Features:
symbols,strings,arrays,hash tables, file i/o binary/text/seek, data save/restore in binary and text, interface to commercial databases such Oracle, Digital RDB. Small executable (42k on VAX).
Restriction:
none besides non-removal of copyright notice.
Ports:
VAX/VMS, VAX Unix, Sun3, Sun4, Amiga, Macintosh, MIPS, Cray, ALPHA/VMS, Windows NT/WIN32, OS/2.
Portability:
Liked by ANSI C compilers and C++ compilers. e.g. gcc -Wall
Status:
supported as benchmark/testbed at mitech.com
Help:
the author will help anyone building something.
Contributions:
antique/classic computer hardware, perhaps.
Announcements:
comp.lang.scheme
Updated:
April 29th, 1994

Language:
Scheme
Package:
SOS (Scheme Object System)
Version:
?
Parts:
?
Author:
Chris Hanson ?
Location:
ftp://altdorf.ai.mit.edu/archive/cph/sos.tar.gz
Description:
?
Updated:
?

Language:
Scheme, Tk
Package:
STk
Version:
1.00
Parts:
interpreter
Author:
Gallesio Erick <eg@unice.fr>
Location:
ftp://kaolin.unice.fr/pub/STk-1.00.tar.gz
Description:
A Scheme interpreter blended with Ousterhout's Tk package. STk expresses all of Tk as scheme objects. STk includes a CLOS/Dylan-like OO extenstion, but the extension is slow.
Conformance:
almost R4RS
Ports:
SunOS 4.1.x, Ultrix/MIPS
Updated:
September 6th, 1993

Language:
Scheme
Package:
syntax-case
Version:
2.1
Parts:
macro system, documentation
Author:
R. Kent Dybvig <dyb@cs.indiana.edu>
Location:
ftp://cs.indiana.edu/pub/scheme/syntax-case.tar.Z
macintosh:
ftp://maya.dei.unipd.it/pub/mac/gambit/
Description:
We have designed and implemented a macro system that is vastly superior to the low-level system described in the Revised^4 Report; in fact, it essentially eliminates the low level altogether. We also believe it to be superior to the other proposed low-level systems as well, but each of you can judge that for yourself. We have accomplished this by "lowering the level" of the high-level system slightly, making pattern variables ordinary identifiers with essentially the same status as lexical variable names and macro keywords, and by making "syntax" recognize and handle references to pattern variables.
Reference:
Robert Hieb, R. Kent Dybvig, and Carl Bruggeman "Syntactic Abstraction in Scheme", IUCS TR #355, 6/92 (revised 7/3/92)

R. Kent Dybvig, "Writing Hygienic Macros in Scheme with Syntax-Case", IUCS TR #356, 6/92 (revised 7/3/92).

Ports:
Chez Scheme, Mac port runs under MacGambit 2.0
Updated:
July 6th, 1992

Language:
Scheme
Package:
T
Version:
3.1
Parts:
compiler (native machine code)
Author:
Norman Adams, David Kranz, Richard Kelsey, James Philbin, and Jonathan Rees.
Location:
ftp://ftp.ai.mit.edu/pub/systems/t3.1
Description:
a Scheme-like language developed at Yale. T is written in itself and compiles to efficient native code. Includes a Scheme environment.

(A multiprocessing version of T is available from masala.lcs.mit.edu:/pub/mult)

Bugs:
kranz@lcs.mit.edu
Ports:
Decstation, Sparc, Iris. Old m68k version.
Contact:
David Andrew Kranz <kranz@lcs.mit.edu>
Updated:
November 26th, 1991

Language:
Pascal, Lisp, APL, Scheme, SASL, CLU, Smalltalk, Prolog
Package:
Tim Budd's C++ implementation of Kamin's interpreters
Version:
?
Parts:
interpretors, documentation
Author:
Tim Budd <budd@cs.orst.edu>
Location:
? ftp://cs.orst.edu/pub/budd/kamin/*.shar
Description:
a set of interpretors written as subclasses based on "Programming Languages, An Interpreter-Based Approach", by Samuel Kamin.
Requires:
C++
Status:
?
Contact:
Tim Budd <budd@fog.cs.orst.edu>
Updated:
September 12th, 1991

Language:
Scheme
Package:
Tiny Clos
Version:
first release
Parts:
?
Author:
?
Location:
ftp://parcftp.xerox.com/pub/mops/*
Description:
A core part of CLOS (Common Lisp Object System) ported to Scheme and rebuilt using a MOP (Metaobject Protocol). This should be interesting to those who want to use MOPs without using a full Common Lisp or Dylan.
Ports:
MIT Scheme 11.74
Discussion:
mailing list: mops, administered by gregor@parc.xerox.com
Contact:
Gregor Kiczales <gregor@parc.xerox.com>
Updated:
December 14th, 1992

Language:
Scheme
Package:
UMB Scheme
Version:
?
Parts:
?, editor, debugger
Author:
William Campbell <bill@cs.umb.edu>
Location:
ftp://nexus.yorku.ca/pub/scheme/*
Description:
?
Conformance:
R4RS Scheme
Ports:
?
Updated:
?

Language:
Scheme
Package:
VSCM
Version:
V0r3
Parts:
runtime, bytecode compiler, bytecode interpreter
Author:
Matthias Blume <blume@cs.princeton.edu>
Location:
ftp://ftp.cs.indiana.edu/pub/scheme-repository/imp/vscm*.tar.gz
germany:
ftp://faui80.informatik.uni-erlangen.de/pub/scheme/yorku/imp/vscm*
uk:
ftp://unix.hensa.ac.uk/pub/uunet/languages/lisp/scheme/repository/imp/vscm*
Description:
VSCM is a highly portable implementation of Scheme, written in ANSI C and Scheme. Portability is achieved by exlusive use of legal ANSI C features -- as opposed to a plethora of #ifdef's to adjust to various system peculiarities. (Of course, in real life ANSI C doesn't guarantee portability per se, because there are too many systems with broken compilers or broken libraries.)
Conformance:
R4RS, IEEE P1178
Features:
exception and interrupt handling, executable portable memory images, coroutines, continuations with multiple arguments
Ports:
Unix, Macintosh
Portability:
very high
Status:
actively developed
Discussion:
comp.lang.scheme
Updated:
November 9th, 1993

Language:
Scheme
Package:
x-scm
Version:
?
Parts:
?
Author:
Larry Campbell <campbell@redsox.bsw.com>
Location:
alt.sources archive
Description:
x-scm is a bolt-on accessory for the "scm" Scheme interpreter that provides a handy environment for building Motif and OpenLook applications. (There is some support as well for raw Xlib applications, but not enough yet to be useful.)
Requires:
scm, X
Ports:
?
Updated:
August 10th, 1992

Language:
Scheme
Package:
XScheme
Version:
0.28
Parts:
?
Author:
David Betz <dbetz@apple.com>
Location:
ftp://nexus.yorku.ca/pub/scheme/*
Description:
?
Discussion:
comp.lang.lisp.x
Contact:
?
Updated:
Febuary 2nd, 1992

Language:
Scheme
Package:
The Scheme Repository
Location:
ftp://nexus.yorku.ca/pub/scheme/*
Description:
an archive of scheme material including a bibliography, the R4RS report, sample code, utilities, and implementations.
Contact:
Ozan S. Yigit <scheme@nexus.yorku.ca>

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