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Is Common Larceny still the only .NET Scheme Implementation?

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Tachy(an interpreter that seems to have disappeared)
Luna(seems old and forgotten)
Dotscheme(a binding for mzscheme, seems forgotten)
oxyscheme(a compiler that didn't really work and wasn't really scheme)
Ocean Scheme(seems to be in dev on sourceforge and claims to want to be r6rs compliant)

That said, I like Common Larceny. I just wish it wasn't butt slow in it's loading.
I was toying with the idea of trying to understand something like s9fes or tinyscheme and
writing the equivilent in C#, but I decided it was beyond my abilities.
I also decided that something like scsh, gauche, or scm/unix was probably preferrable to
a .net scheme/.net.

Sorry for adding my 2 cents to your answer.

On Thu, 19 Apr 2007, David Rush wrote:
> End of Question.

On Apr 19, 11:19 am, Jeff Bopp <jeffb@comcast.net> wrote:

> Sorry for adding my 2 cents to your answer.

Not at all. That was exactly what I needed to know. I also like Common
Larceny :)


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