Jul 20, 2023

GNUstep-aware scheme interpreter

A GNUstep-aware scheme interpreter. You need libflex installed on your system. Includes many examples, e.g. the sieve of Erathostenes to compute primes, a Koch curve plotter, mandelbrot set, graphs of various functions etc. GScheme is fully tail recursive. The garbage collector bypasses GNUstep’s retain/release mechanism in order to deal with circular data structures. GScheme is document-based and you can edit more than one file at the same time.

LICENSE GPL2 or later

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