- Main Page
'''[https://github.com/gambit/gambit Click here to visit the Gambit source code repository on github]'''
...ed modules which can be loaded at run time. Interpreted code and compiled code can be freely mixed.
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[http://code.google.com/p/termite/ Termite] is an Erlang-like distributed programming sy
the Termite source code has been distributed with Gambit, so we point to the Termite web site
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...k Hole]] is a module system for incremental development and easily sharing code. It is bundled with a set of general purpose libraries, including several p
...w2 and R7RS libraries. Check out the [https://github.com/fourthbit/spheres code] or visit the [http://schemespheres.org project page].
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- How to contribute
* '''Gambit's source code'''
==Contributing to Gambit's source code==
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...low the developers using Scheme to write efficient and easily maintainable code, hence Scheme's label as the programming language of choice for many indust
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- Gambit benchmarks
noted that some of the systems could generate faster code if this
types of the benchmark parameters are known, better code can often be
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- Source code repository
The Gambit source code repository contains the history of changes to the sources. It can be acces
...urces. The procedure is explained [[Contributing Patches to Gambit Source Code | here]].
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- Contributing Patches to Gambit Source Code
The Gambit [[Source code repository | source code repository]] is
Prebuilt distributions of git and a source code distribution are
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- Wish list
...ow for large lists, it would be preferable to having to change the way you code for certain applications.
... [[R6RS]] programs would be really useful and make it much easier to share code with other implementations (which promised to be R6RS compliant soon).
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[[Category: Code]] [[Category: Languages]]
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...ments a namespace mechanism, which is used to separate internals from user code and also to partition the Gambit internals into several parts (e.g. the com
...ntation, but it is revealed by the examples bundled with the Gambit source code. Marc maybe didn't officially document it since he didn't want to sanction
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- Internal Documentation
People who want to [[Contributing Patches to Gambit Source Code | contribute]] to Gambit development will need to learn something about how
runtime and compiler are organized. While we intend that source code documentation be included in the source
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- Notes on Memory Management
Before using these functions to create scheme objects from C code, you need to understand reference counting and the various allocation strat
...ed by the garbage collector. This means that objects passed back to scheme code must have their references decremented to 0 or they'll be leaked.
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- Configure script options
the system as the source code can take advantage of some GCC
these versions will generally produce faster code than
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* Vastly improved assembly code for x86-64 processors from AMD and Intel.
* New sub-quadratic mpn_gcd and mpn_gcdext, as well as improved basecase gcd code.
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- GSoC ideas list
while developing code. Documentation needs to be integrated with the
instance by checking that the code examples actually produce the
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- Module System
...tion, included light-weight build system for the base case to make running code as easy as in any scripting language)
* good code modularity features (parametrization, optional hygienic macros, infrastruct
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- Module System/Log
...s, thus providing nice integration with preexisting namespace-using Gambit code.
...they continued discussion privately and exchanged thoughts on precompiling code and what this has to do with first-class modules ("first-class modules" bei
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- Dumping Grounds
...ot sharing it, because others can correct the deficiencies, learn from the code, or avoid the bugs. Hence the name '''Dumping Grounds''' for this page.
... wiki insists on the package name starting with an upper-case letter. The code is assumed to be in the public domain unless you add licensing information
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- Creating tags from Gambit library C files
...all functions, so it would be useful to have a list. The GNU <code>etags</code> program can create lists in a format that Emacs can use and in a different
Another program, Exuberant Ctags, has some features <code>etags</code> doesn't, but I haven't gotten Exuberant working yet.
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