WebIt! allows the creation of XML language-specific constructor functions and predicates by compiling an XML Schema into a Scheme module. (A built in XML type definition mechanism is also provided.) WebIt! currently includes such modules for XHTML, SVG, a
Fuzzy logic is a tool that allows modeling complex real world to be defined with some simple and understandable fuzzy variables and fuzzy rules.
A set of libraries for Chicken Scheme for parsing XML, and reading rss/atom feeds.
Multi-User Domain. Scheme as implementation language as well as for coding object behaviour. Scheme/MUD enthusiasts welcome.
This project exists as an archive for Crack.com's 3D FPS/Strategy/RPG game called Golgotha. Shortly after C.c's demise, a small band of developers attempted to bring the game to completion. Here lies their code too.
Functional XML parsing framework: SAX/DOM and SXML parsers with support for XML Namespaces and validation. Related to SSAX are SXPath queries and SXML transformations, with applications to XML/HTML authoring and literate Scheme and XML programming.
Scheme runtime environment in Python.
The "sTeXme" TeX extension allows to manipulate TeX internals from the Scheme programming language.
Programming language designed to be extensible, like LISP but even more so. End result will be similar to Haskell, Scheme, and Python. Extensibility will help with designing a good language.
Solutions of exercises for A. Shen's "Programming: Theorems and Problems" book, written in Scheme (original examples in the book are in Pascal).
A GTK-server based GUI for Bigloo Scheme; a Windows distribution for both Bigloo, and GTK2. Tutorials on how to call GTK2 procedures from Scheme. A simple GUI for OCaml. It offers two kinds of widgets, to wit, buttons and an Emacs like mini-editor.
A gtk-server wrapper for mzscheme.
This is a graphics class developed by a group of high school students. We developed it for inclusion with PLT's Dr. Scheme (a graphical programming environment) as an alternative to Dr. Scheme's included graphics class.