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At the scripting level, scsh also has an Awk design, also implemented as a macro that can be embedded inside general Scheme code.
Scsh additionally provides the low-level access to the operating system normally associated with C. The current release provides full access to POSIX, plus important non-POSIX extensions, such as complete sockets support. "Full access to POSIX" means: fork, exec & wait, sockets, full read, write, open & close, seek & tell, complete file-system access, including stat, chmod/chgrp/chown, symlink, FIFO & directory access, tty & pty support, file locking, pipes, select, file-name pattern-matching, time & date, environment variables, signal handlers, and more.
-*- Mode: Text; -*- Copyright (c) 1994 Brian D. Carlstrom See file COPYING for copying information. Please report bugs to firstname.lastname@example.org, and include the version number in your message. Installation instructions in file INSTALL. A scsh manual is in directory doc/scsh-manual/. A scsh paper is in directory doc/scsh-paper/. A scsh quick reference is in file doc/cheat.txt. Send mail to scsh- more»
LS48(1) LS48(1) NAME scsh-0.6 - a Scheme shell SYNOPSIS scsh-0.6 [switch arg1 ... argn] DESCRIPTION scsh-0.6 is an implementation of the Scheme shell. It is implemented as a heap image which is interpreted by the Scheme 48 virtual machine. scsh-0.6 is a stub program that starts the v more»
Scsh 0.6.7 Release notes -*- outline -*- We are pleased to release scsh version 0.6.7. The text below gives a general description of scsh, instructions for obtaining it, pointers to discussion forums, and a description of the new features in release 0.6.7. (Emacs should display this document is in outline mode. Say c-h m for instructions on how to move through it by sections (e.g., c-c c-n, more»
scsh-0.6 (0.6.7-7) unstable; urgency=low * Add avr32 to supported CPU architecture list * Updat more»
The Debian GNU/Linux package of `scsh' was created and made available by: Karl M. Hegbloom <karlheg@ more»