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- Programming Language: Scheme ×
A framework for generation of real-time numerical simulations of dynamical systems from differential and difference equations.
Ocean Scheme is an implementation of the Scheme programming language (aiming to be compatible with the upcoming R6RS Standard), whose native platform is the .NET framework (Mono, MS, and DotGNU). Written ground-up in C#.
PLT Spy is a Python to Scheme translator.
Redtail is a scripting engine library and script language. The Redtail library provides the ability to execute Scheme-like Redtail scripts from within an application, increasing flexibility.
An ongoing project in language and compiler design.
A portable and retargetable lexer/parser generator.
Try Scheme is a Scheme interpreter that runs in your web browser. No installation. Just click and go. Full support for continuations and syntax-rules macros!
The project aims at creating an C weaver for use with Aspect Orientated Programming, it involves Java, C and Scheme writing. The paltform it will run on can vary, but we assure Windows, Linux and Sun.
An implementation of Scheme in Java.
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.