Readable Lisp/S-expressions with infix, functions, and indentation
This project is dedicated to developing more readable format(s) for Lisp-based languages (such as Common Lisp and Scheme) and implementing those formats (readers, pretty-printers, editor macros, etc.). MIT license preferred, to spread them widely.
Open Source analog of AL environment for procedural computer animation.
My first project in Scheme and first time on Sourceforge. I am trying to write a Chez Scheme library containing a high-level language to fasciliate the developement of Brainfuck-Code.
Crackpot Scheme is scheme interpreter, written in Java, that strives to be R5RS complete. An extremely simple interface to Java is provided to ensure the continued consumation of this unholy marriage.
curio is an DSSSL debugger.
The Dolphin Project is intended to be a research project aggregating tools related to Open Source Satisfiability Solver tools and tools related to them like Bounded Model Checkers and Software Verifiers.
Bytecode-based Scheme (R^5RS) implementation. Fast, compact, stable, suitable for education and experimentation.
A simple and incredibly powerful tool for scripting and fuzzing arbitrary network protocols written using the Chicken Scheme-to-C compiler.
Gano was going to be text editor written in the Guile dialect of Scheme, but, is now moribund. Some supporting libraries were completed. The ncurses binding became GNU guile-ncurses. The aspell binding is still around, but, the editor itself is dead.
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).
festival-in will have different speech synthesis systems for respective Indian Languages based on "festival" TTS (Text-To-Speech engine) under it's umbrella. It will have modules (tokenizer and lexical) for respective Indian Languages.
MLP(Multilayer Perceptron) training library written in LISP like language called Scheme. Can work with any type of MLP.
Scheme Interpreter implemented in Java
MScheme is a Scheme interpreter implemented in Java. The project goals are to fully comply with the "Revised^5 Report on Scheme" and a clean and modular design.
M2M-targeted yet another Scheme interpreted language implementation based on open-source code of TinyScheme by Dimitrios Souflis and Jonathan S. Shapiro (see their site at http://tinyscheme.sourceforge.net/home.html).
MOSREF provides a secure, portable and dynamic environment for the development, deployment and management of network and host security auditing tools.
Collection of simple testcases for a lot of programming languages.
El proyecto PATAN es un proyecto sin animo de lucro que pretende desarrollar software bajo licencia GPL. Software especialmente orientado hacia la ingenieria inversa y hacia entornos *nix.
StorySGML/StoryEdit are tools to aid masters and players in the creation, documentation and publishing of RPG/LARP stories. Bases on a SGML documents and includes tools for processing them into different formats, and a Web UI (StoryEdit) in PHP/Postgres.
SAT Solver in plain C99 and the Scheme programming language.
Spark is an expressive, dynamic programming language. It is a multi-paradigm language with strong support for explorative programming. It is easy to learn and has an extensive library. Spark runs on GNU/Linux and Windows (Cygwin).
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.
A scheme interpreter written in C# for .NET/Mono. The focus is on embedability: the ability to add and customise scheme as a scripting language for new and existing .NET projects. Features: R5RS implementation, embeddable, highly customisable.
Thousand Parsec is a framework for turn based 4 X's game (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, eXterminate). Designed for long games, supporting massive universes and has an easily expanded tech tree.
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.
The goal of this project is to provide a platform for simulating biological aging and evolution of the population. The simulation is done using Penna bit-string model. Its based on the mutation accumulation theory.