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It was originally written to be mostly-compatible with Emacs Lisp, but has subsequently diverged markedly. Its aim is to combine the best features of Scheme and Common Lisp and provide an environment that is comfortable for implementing both small and large scale systems. It tries to be a "pragmatic" programming language.
This package contains the files needed to embed the rep interpreter in an application.
REP-CONFIG(1) REP-CONFIG(1) NAME rep-config - script to get information about the installed version of LIBREP SYNOPSIS rep-config [ --execdir ] [ --libs ] [ --cflags ] [ --version ] DESCRIPTION rep-config is a tool that is used to determine the compiler and linker flags that should be us more»
REP-XGETTEXT(1) REP-XGETTEXT(1) NAME rep-xgettext - extract i18n strings from lisp scripts. SYNOPSIS rep-xgettext [ --include DEFINER ] [ --c ] [ --pot ] DESCRIPTION rep-xgettext The usual method of constructing message cata‐ logue templates (.pot files) is to run xgettext on the C source files of the prog more»
REPDOC(1) REPDOC(1) NAME repdoc - strip doc-strings from C source. SYNOPSIS repdoc [ doc-file [src-files...] ] DESCRIPTION repdoc strip doc-strings from C source. OPTIONS doc-file generate a doc-file from c source files. SEE ALSO The programs are documented fully by John Harper available more»