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Scheme / Lisp

Friday, 22 February 2008 04:03
Scheme and Lisp are very cool beasts indeed. A functional programming language leads to different ways of thinking/attacking a problem. Every programmer should be able to express their ideas using both imperative and functional styles of thought.

The Racket Language - Racket is a full-spectrum programming language. It goes beyond Lisp and Scheme with dialects that support objects, types, laziness, and more. Racket enables programmers to link components written in different dialects, and it empowers programmers to create new, project-specific dialects. Racket's libraries support applications from web servers and databases to GUIs and charts.
CHICKEN Scheme - CHICKEN is a compiler for the Scheme programming language. It produces portable and efficient C and supports the R5RS and R7RS (work in progress) standards, and many extensions. It runs on Linux, OS X, Windows, many Unix flavours

The Scheme Programming Language
GNU Guile (About Guile) - Guile is an interpreter and compiler for the Scheme programming language, a clean and elegant dialect of Lisp.

impromptu - is an OSX programming environment for composers, sound artists, VJ's and graphic artists with an interest in live or interactive programming. Impromptu is a Scheme language environment, a member of the Lisp family of languages.
pregexp: Portable Regular Expressions for Scheme and Common Lisp
An Introduction and Tutorial for Common Lisp
How to Design Programs: An Introduction to Computing and Programming
Schemix Schemix is a Scheme system, implemented as a patch to the Linux kernel. (author indicates: a much better way to get some kind of Lisp into your OS kernel is Movitz)
Movitz - Movitz system aspires to be an implementation of ANSI Common Lisp that targets the ubiquitous x86 PC architecture "on the metal".
The Axis of Eval - MANUEL SIMONI'S BLOG ABOUT PROGRAMMING (LANGUAGES). talking bout Lisps and wats
Shlomi Fish' Homepage Haifux - Lecture about Scheme and Lambda Calculus

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