A pocket-size Scheme-like language interpreter, written in Java. An experiment in very small interpreters and macro evaluation.
Water: a fast, secure, dynamic OO language and database. Water is an all-purpose language (and meta-language) that runs Web applications in the browser or server-side. Water is compatible with .NET, Java, and C on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X system.
An implementation of Scheme in Java.
sexpreader is a library which can be used by compiler or interpreter writers who want to read LISP-like constructs. This library can read in various tokens like integers, floats, symbols, strings, characters, booleans and parenthesis.
The goal of this project - to create a TinySCHEME binaries for some kind of platforms. Now there are binaries for DOS / DJGPP and MinGW / MSYS / Win32, working on x86 architecture.
JazzScheme is a programming language based on Scheme. It is also a full featured development platform that has been used for more than 10 years to develop high-quality commercial applications.
This is a resurrection of Matthias Blume's VSCM Scheme implementation.
A tiny Scheme interpreter for embedding in programs.
TinyScheme is a Scheme interpreter that can execute Scheme code but is also suitable for embedding in programs. The goal is to keep the interpreter small while providing as much compatability with Scheme standards as possible.
A data manipulation and programming system based on POStiche (protean) objects. It provides the foundation for the Adage project.
python-in-scheme is a scheme library that allows you to run python code within scheme. It uses the Python/C API to embed a python interpreter.
Programming Language much like C with some java like elements implimented in scheme*. Purely for learning, though you can write a few programs with it. Written in DrScheme.
A collection of tools for the SETL Programming Language, including a LALR parser generator and lexical scanner generator.
Gleam is a simple Scheme language interpreter written in Java. Project goals: to support the discovery of Scheme for beginners, simplicity, R5RS compliance, full integration with the Java platform (call Java from Scheme and vice versa).
A simple interface to SQL databases (currently MySQL and PostgreSQL) from Guile.
FramerD is a distributed semi-structured object database originally developed at MIT. It provides an internationalized Scheme-based scripting language, built-in text analysis tools, and special support for web scripting.
Kawa is a full Scheme implementation. It implements almost all of R5RS (for exceptions see Restrictions), plus some extensions.
SketchyLISP is a highly portable, embeddable interpreter for purely applicative Scheme.
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#.
S7 Scheme for windows. Note this is alpha software undergoing development. Developers interested in the source code are advised to check out the latest copy from the SVN repository.
Subs is a Scheme Lisp interpreter written in C++. It is currently incomplete and is primarily intended to help the author understand Scheme and programming language design. It may be efficient since many structures are implemented in native code.