A simple, modular, and lightweight Scheme implementation
Scheme48 is an implementation of Scheme written by Richard Kelsey
and Jonathan Rees. It is based on a byte-code interpreter and
incorporates such elements as a sophisticated module system, a
pre-emptive & user-level thread system, a well-integrated
interactive environment, Clinger's explicit renaming low-level
macros, and decent efficiency for its architecture.
scheme48 for Debian
Debian packages which provide library functionality for Scheme48
should put their package definition files into
These can be loaded as usual with
,config ,load /usr/share/scheme48/<package>/packages.scm
Why not multiple versions in parallel?
; Copyright (c) 1993-2008 by Richard Kelsey and Jonathan Rees. See file COPYING.
Please report bugs to email@example.com, and include
the version number in your message.
Installation instructions in file INSTALL.
A user's guide is in file doc/user-guide.txt.
Recent changes are listed in file doc/news.txt.
Known bugs and things to do in the future are listed in doc/todo.txt.
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Recent changes to Scheme 48.
01/20/08 (version 1.8)
An experimental framework for asynchronous events from
external code was added. It's now used for asynchronous
host-name lookups on systems with pthreads.
Support for 64-bit architectures was added (thanks to
Taylor Campbell, Marcus Crest
scheme-r5rs - Ru
scheme48 - a Sch
scheme48 (1.8+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Repack upstream tarball to remove non-dfsg-free ema
Browse inside scheme48_1.8+dfsg-1_kfreebsd-amd64.deb
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