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Bran is a backup server solution based on Bacula. It is a special Linux distribution to organize the backup center of an organization. It can create a server that is ready to use after a very simple install procedure.
A set of libraries for Chicken Scheme for parsing XML, and reading rss/atom feeds.
An open-source "compiled help file" (chm) builder.
dp2 is a metaproject. see the homepage for information.
GUI frontend to postgresql, written in scheme, using Gauche-gtk.
A pocket-size Scheme-like language interpreter, written in Java. An experiment in very small interpreters and macro evaluation.
A simple, small proof checker that will accept a minimalist Lisp-ish syntax.
Putiweb is Scheme library program to build HTTP servers. This similar to WEBrick of Ruby.
An implementation of Scheme in Java.
SchemeSnippets is a package containing various scheme functions, that can be integrated with your applications.
sharp.scheme is a c# port of Peter Norvig's Jscheme for the Net Framework.
Stalin is an aggressive optimizing batch whole-program Scheme compiler. It uses advanced flow analysis and type inference and a variety of other optimization techniques to produce code (using C as an intermediate language) that is extremely fast.