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.

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Posted by Martin Gasbichler 2003-04-14

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