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scsh (a Scheme shell) 0.6.5 released

Scsh is a Unix shell embedded in Scheme. It provides full access to POSIX as well as extensions common to most Unix implementations. Scsh also features many abstractions to ease system programming: process abstraction, event-based interrupt handling, sophisticated I/O support and enables concurrent system programming.

Scsh 0.6.5 is a bug-fix release with some enhancements: Support for GNU Hurd, SRFI-42 and easier packaging.... read more

Posted by Martin Gasbichler 2003-11-24

scsh (a Scheme shell) 0.6.4 released

Scsh is a Unix shell embedded in Scheme. It provides full access to POSIX as well as extensions common to most Unix implementations. Scsh also features many abstractions to ease system programming: process abstraction, event-based interrupt handling, sophisticated I/O support and enables concurrent system programming.

The new version is mainly a bug-fix release, the only new features are command-line switches for loading exec scripts and support for some more SRFIs.... read more

Posted by Martin Gasbichler 2003-04-14

scsh (a Scheme shell) 0.6.3 released

Scsh is a Unix shell embedded in Scheme. It provides full access to POSIX as well as extensions common to most Unix
implementations. Scsh also features many abstractions to ease system programming: process abstraction, event-based interrupt handling, sophisticated I/O support and enables concurrent system programming.

On top of the usual tons of bug fixes, scsh 0.6.3 has a number of additional features over 0.6.2, specifically in the area of
non-blocking I/O. Scsh 0.6.3 implements the complete API of the scsh 0.5 series; with 0.6.3, the 0.6 series is now considered feature-complete.... read more

Posted by Martin Gasbichler 2003-01-13

scsh 0.6.1 released

Scsh is a Unix shell embedded in Scheme. It provides full access to POSIX as well as extensions common to most Unix
implementations. Scsh also features many abstractions to ease system programming: process abstraction, event-based interrupt handling, sophisticated I/O support and enables concurrent system programming.

Scsh 0.6.1 is exclusively a bug-fix release. Almost all of the new bugs discovered in 0.6.0 have been fixed. Users of the previous version 0.6.0 should upgrade to the new release.... read more

Posted by Martin Gasbichler 2002-02-26