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A list of the packages and other files with statistics is available here: [[Special:Imagelist]]
A list of the packages and other files with statistics is available here: [[Special:Imagelist]]
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==Packages==
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In case you find that a link to an external repository linked to from this page doesn't work anymore, please try to retrieve the latest version of the repo and upload it here, by a) contacting the author directly, b) enquiring for it on the mailing list, and/or c) trying to get it from archive.org.
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==Gambit packages==
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These packages are in the present form created to run atop Gambit directly. They can generally easily be ported to any module system of choice.
===SRFI===
===SRFI===
#'''SRFI-pack''': Many SRFIs ported to Gambit
#'''SRFI-pack''': Many SRFIs ported to Gambit
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#: Package [[media:Srfi1.scm|Srfi1.scm]]
#: Package [[media:Srfi1.scm|Srfi1.scm]]
#: Note: I did not extend map to allow list arguments of different lengths
#: Note: I did not extend map to allow list arguments of different lengths
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=== Language ===
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# '''Gambit on LLVM''': Experimental partial back-end for Gambit using LLVM
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#: Authors: Arnaud Bergeron and Mathieu Larose
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#: Package: [[media:Gambit-LLVM.tgz|Gambit-LLVM.tgz]]
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# '''Jss''': JavaScriptScheme: a multithreaded Scheme to JavaScript compiler
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#: Author: Marc Feeley and Catherine Gaudron
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#: Package: [[media:Jss-r2.tgz|Jss-r2.tgz]] (old: [[media:Jss-r1.tgz|Jss-r1.tgz]])
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# '''R6RS on Gambit''':Allows R6RS programs to be run on Gambit.
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#: Maintainer: Arthur Smyles
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#: Package: (web page) http://smyles.com/projects/r6gambit/
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# '''PICOBIT''': Very compact Scheme compiler and virtual machine suitable for microcontrollers.
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#: Author: Marc Feeley and Vincent St-Amour
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#: Package: (web page) http://repo.or.cz/w/picobit.git
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# '''Alexpander''': A syntax-rules expander with support for DSSSL #!optional #!key and #!rest arguments.
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#: Author: Marco Benelli
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#: Package: [[media:Alexpander-r1.tgz|Alexpander-r1.tgz]]
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===Module systems===
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# '''Black Hole''': Module system, stable. Package handling features are in beta phase. Primary page at [[Black Hole]].
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#: Package: (git repo) [https://github.com/pereckerdal/blackhole https://github.com/pereckerdal/blackhole]
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#: Mirror for convenience, non-syntactictower Black Hole with bundled libs: [[media:2012-11-28-bh-non-syntactictower+bundled-libs.tar.gz|2012-11-28-bh-non-syntactictower+bundled-libs.tar.gz]]
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===Object Systems===
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# '''Oops''': Object Oriented Programming for Scheme -- Dylan/Clos-like but different
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#: Author: Ken Dickey
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#: Package: [[media:oops34.tgz|oops34.tgz]]
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# '''TinyTalk''': Self-like object system with selector [Smalltalk like] dispatch.
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#: Author: Ken Dickey
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#: Package: [[media:gambitTT.tgz|gambitTT.tgz]]
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# '''class.scm''': A simple CLOS-like object system written with a balance of performance, usability and runtime heap consumption. Comes bundled with a test suite which shows exemple of how the system can be used. Also can be used easily in a repl with (include "class.scm").
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#: Author: David St-Hilaire
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#: Package: (web page/git repo) http://github.com/sthilaid/class/tree/master
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# '''Meroon''': CLOS-like object system for Scheme.
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#: Author: Christian Queinnec, now semi-maintained by Brad Lucier.  Licensed under the [http://opensource.franz.com/preamble.html Lisp Lesser General Public Licence].  Differs from CLOS in (among many other things) having single inheritance instead of multiple inheritance and a compile-time, not a run-time, MOP.  Can be compiled to be relatively fast code.  Would benefit from being reorganized in a "layered" style more appropriate for current ideas of Scheme modules.
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#: Website: http://www.math.purdue.edu/~lucier/software/Meroon/
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#: Package: [[media:MeroonV3-2012Jan20.tar.bz2|MeroonV3-2012Jan20.tar.bz2]]
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=== FFI ===
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# '''ffi-related-modules''': various modules dealing with the FFI, and their dependencies (chjmodules, but someone might turn them to using bare namespaces or so; read the Readme file at the below URL)
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#: Author: Christian Jaeger
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#: Package: (web page/git repo) http://scheme.ch/gambit/preview/ffi-related-modules/
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===Parsing===
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# '''SSAX-SXML''': SSAX-SXML library packaged for Gambit-C
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#: Author: Kirill Lisovsky (updated by Dominique Boucher)
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#: Package: (web page) [[media:ssax-sxml-gambit-20080402.tgz|ssax-sxml-gambit-20080402.tgz]]
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# '''Mparser''': A combinatorial parser (added expression parser) (parser language rewrite)
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#: Author: Francesco Bracchi
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#: Package: [[media:Mparser-r3.tgz|Mparser-r3.tgz]] (old: [[media:Mparser-r1.tgz|Mparser-r1.tgz]], [[media:Mparser-r2.tgz|Mparser-r2.tgz]])
===Physics===
===Physics===
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#: Author: Pierre-Alexandre Fournier
#: Author: Pierre-Alexandre Fournier
#: Package: (web page) http://carretechnologies.com/scheme/fftw3
#: Package: (web page) http://carretechnologies.com/scheme/fftw3
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# '''Random numbers''': High-quality random number generation. Snow package.
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#: Author: Marc Feeley
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#: Package: [http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=random http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=random]
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# '''GUROBI FFI''': This is a FFI that includes the most necessary commands for operating GUROBI from GAMBIT.
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#: Author: Magnus Andersson
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#: Package: [https://github.com/angelrussher/gurobi-ffi https://github.com/angelrussher/gurobi-ffi]
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===Object Systems===
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===Encryption===
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# '''Oops''': Object Oriented Programming for Scheme -- Dylan/Clos-like but different
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# '''AES''' Message encryption and decryption based on the AES symmetric cipher. Snow package.
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#: Author: Ken Dickey
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#: Author: Marc Feeley
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#: Package: [[media:oops34.tgz|oops34.tgz]]
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#: Package: [http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=aes http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=aes]
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# '''TinyTalk''': Self-like object system with selector [Smalltalk like] dispatch.
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# '''Cert''' Management of digital certificates, message signing and verification. Snow package.
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#: Author: Ken Dickey
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#: Author: Marc Feeley
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#: Package: [[media:gambitTT.tgz|gambitTT.tgz]]
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#: Package: [http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=cert http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=cert]
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# '''class.scm''': A simple CLOS-like object system written with a balance of performance, usability and runtime heap consumption. Comes bundled with a test suite which shows exemple of how the system can be used. Also can be used easily in a repl with (include "class.scm").  
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# '''RSA''' Message encryption and decryption based on the RSA asymmetric cipher. Snow package.
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#: Author: David St-Hilaire
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#: Author: Marc Feeley
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#: Package: (web page/git repo) http://github.com/sthilaid/class/tree/master
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#: Package: [http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=rsa http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=rsa]
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# '''Meroon''': CLOS-like object system for Scheme.
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#: Author: Christian Queinnec, now semi-maintained by Brad Lucier.  Licensed under the [http://opensource.franz.com/preamble.html Lisp Lesser General Public Licence].  Differs from CLOS in (among many other things) having single inheritance instead of multiple inheritance and a compile-time, not a run-time, MOP.  Can be compiled to be relatively fast code.  Would benefit from being reorganized in a "layered" style more appropriate for current ideas of Scheme modules.
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#: Website: http://www.math.purdue.edu/~lucier/software/Meroon/
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#: Package: [[media:MeroonV3-2008Mar01.tar.bz2‎|MeroonV3-2008Mar01.tar.bz2]]
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===Audio===
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# '''mpg123''': A wrapper for the libmpg123 mpeg decoding library
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#: Author: Fred LeMaster
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===SQL===
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#: Package: [[media:mpg.tar.gz|mpg.tar.gz]]
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# '''MySQL FFI''': FFI for mysql.  Unsure about thread-safety, and needs more work
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# '''OpenAL''': A wrapper for the OpenAL audio output library
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#: Author: Jonathan Arkell
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#: Author: Fred LeMaster
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#: Package: (svn repository) http://bunny.jonnay.net/zengarden/trunk/lib/mysql/
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#: Package: [[media:openAL.tar.gz|openAL.tar.gz]]
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# '''MySQL''': Socket level client for mysql. Supports dynamic SQL and now prepared statements. Also includes a SQL abstraction layer. This [http://andrewwhaley.blogspot.com/2009/04/gambit-mysql-client-02.html blog post] has more information. For a more developed version w UTF8 support pls contact the ml.
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#: Author: Andrew Whaley
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#: Package: [[media:Gambit-mysql.zip|Gambit-mysql.zip]]
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# '''SQLite3''': a minimalistic interface to SQLite3.
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#: Author: Marco Benelli
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#: Package: [[media:SQLite3-r1.tgz|SQLite3-r1.tgz]]
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# '''Postgresql''': A socket level client for Postgresql
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#: Author: Francesco Bracchi
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#: Package: [[media:Postgresql-r1.tgz|Postgresql-r1.tgz]]
===Graphics===
===Graphics===
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#: Package: [[media:Glew.tar.gz|glew.tar.gz]]
#: Package: [[media:Glew.tar.gz|glew.tar.gz]]
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===SQL===
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===Audio===
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# '''MySQL FFI''': FFI for mysql.  Unsure about thread-safety, and needs more work
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# '''mpg123''': A wrapper for the libmpg123 mpeg decoding library
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#: Author: Jonathan Arkell
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#: Author: Fred LeMaster
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#: Package: (svn repository) http://bunny.jonnay.net/zengarden/trunk/lib/mysql/
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#: Package: [[media:mpg.tar.gz|mpg.tar.gz]]
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# '''MySQL''': Socket level client for mysql. Supports dynamic SQL and now prepared statements. Also includes a SQL abstraction layer. This [http://andrewwhaley.blogspot.com/2009/04/gambit-mysql-client-02.html blog post] has more information.
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# '''OpenAL''': A wrapper for the OpenAL audio output library
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#: Author: Andrew Whaley
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#: Author: Fred LeMaster
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#: Package: [[media:Gambit-mysql.zip|Gambit-mysql.zip]]
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#: Package: [[media:openAL.tar.gz|openAL.tar.gz]]
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# '''SQLite3''': a minimalistic interface to SQLite3.
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#: Author: Marco Benelli
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#: Package: [[media:SQLite3-r1.tgz|SQLite3-r1.tgz]]
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# '''Postgresql''': A socket level client for Postgresql
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#: Author: Francesco Bracchi
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#: Package: [[media:Postgresql-r1.tgz|Postgresql-r1.tgz]]
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===Parsing===
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===Networking===
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# '''SSAX-SXML''': SSAX-SXML library packaged for Gambit-C
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# '''gamsock''': Full socket library compatible with Scsh's socket API.
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#: Author: Kirill Lisovsky (updated by Dominique Boucher)
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#: Author: Jeffrey T. Read
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#: Package: (web page) [[media:ssax-sxml-gambit-20080402.tgz|ssax-sxml-gambit-20080402.tgz]]
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#: Package: [[media:gamsock-r1.tar.gz|gamsock-r1.tar.gz]]
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# '''Mparser''': A combinatorial parser (added expression parser) (parser language rewrite)
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#: Git: https://github.com/bitwize/gamsock
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#: Author: Francesco Bracchi
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#: Package: [[media:Mparser-r3.tgz|Mparser-r3.tgz]] (old: [[media:Mparser-r1.tgz|Mparser-r1.tgz]], [[media:Mparser-r2.tgz|Mparser-r2.tgz]])
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=== Language ===
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# '''Gambit on LLVM''': Experimental partial back-end for Gambit using LLVM
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#: Authors: Arnaud Bergeron and Mathieu Larose
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#: Package: [[media:Gambit-LLVM.tgz|Gambit-LLVM.tgz]]
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# '''Jss''': JavaScriptScheme: a multithreaded Scheme to JavaScript compiler
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#: Author: Marc Feeley and Catherine Gaudron
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#: Package: [[media:Jss-r2.tgz|Jss-r2.tgz]] (old: [[media:Jss-r1.tgz|Jss-r1.tgz]])
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# '''R6RS on Gambit''':Allows R6RS programs to be run on Gambit.
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#: Maintainer: Arthur Smyles
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#: Package: (web page) http://smyles.com/projects/r6gambit/
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# '''PICOBIT''': Very compact Scheme compiler and virtual machine suitable for microcontrollers.
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#: Author: Marc Feeley and Vincent St-Amour
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#: Package: (web page) http://repo.or.cz/w/picobit.git
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# '''Alexpander''': A syntax-rules expander with support for DSSSL #!optional #!key and #!rest arguments.
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#: Author: Marco Benelli
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#: Package: [[media:Alexpander-r1.tgz|Alexpander-r1.tgz]]
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=== FFI ===
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# '''ffi-related-modules''': various modules dealing with the FFI, and their dependencies (chjmodules, but someone might turn them to using bare namespaces or so; read the Readme file at the below URL)
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#: Author: Christian Jaeger
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#: Package: (web page/git repo) http://scheme.ch/gambit/preview/ffi-related-modules/
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===Utilities===
===Utilities===
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#: Author: Jeffrey T. Read
#: Author: Jeffrey T. Read
#: Package: [[media:objc-utility-macros.scm‎|objc-utility-macros.scm]]
#: Package: [[media:objc-utility-macros.scm‎|objc-utility-macros.scm]]
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# '''Sort''': Richard O'Keefe's sorting procedures for lists and vectors.  Four times faster than the other sort.
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# '''Sort''': Richard O'Keefe's sorting procedures for lists and vectors.  Four times as fast as other sort.
#: Author: Richard O'Keefe
#: Author: Richard O'Keefe
#: Package: [[media:Sort-okeefe.tgz|Sort-okeefe.tgz]]
#: Package: [[media:Sort-okeefe.tgz|Sort-okeefe.tgz]]
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# '''Digest''': Computation of message digests (CRC32, MD5, SHA-1, ...). Snow package.
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#: Author: Marc Feeley
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#: Package: [http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=digest http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=digest]
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# '''Red-black tree''' implementation, Snow package.
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#: Author: Marc Feeley
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#: Package: [http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=rbtree http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=rbtree]
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# '''Unicode''': Unicode handling library 1.0, does string upper-/lowercasing and case insensitive comparison with Unicode character support. Essentially completes Gambit's support for the functionality described in [http://srfi.schemers.org/srfi-75/srfi-75.html SRFI 75: Unicode].
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#: Author: Mikael More, Florian Loitsch
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#: Package: [[media:Unicode.tar.gz|Unicode.tar.gz]] repo: [https://github.com/m-i-k-a-e-l/gambit-unicode https://github.com/m-i-k-a-e-l/gambit-unicode]
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# '''Glass Table''': Interactive Development Environment. A REPL that lets you save your work.
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#: Author: Jeffrey T. Read
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#: Repo: https://github.com/bitwize/glasstable
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#: Package: [[media:glasstable-0.1.tar.gz|glasstable-0.1.tar.gz]]
=== Full Applications ===
=== Full Applications ===
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#: Web: http://jlongster.com/blog/2009/05/25/mona-lisa-genetically-drawn-scheme/
#: Web: http://jlongster.com/blog/2009/05/25/mona-lisa-genetically-drawn-scheme/
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==Gambit Black Hole packages==
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These packages are in their present form created to run on Gambit using the Black Hole module system. They can generally easily be made to run on Gambit directly as well. For more info see [[Black Hole]].
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===SRFI===
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# '''SRFIs package'''
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#: Package: (git repo) [https://github.com/pereckerdal/srfi https://github.com/pereckerdal/srfi]
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===Networking===
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# '''Sack''': Web server and HTTP client. BH module. [https://github.com/pereckerdal/sack https://github.com/pereckerdal/sack]
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For convenience, mirror readily set up for non-syntactictower Black Hole: [[media:2012-11-28-sack-current-for-BH-non-syntactictower.tar.gz|2012-11-28-sack-current-for-BH-non-syntactictower.tar.gz]]
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===Utilities===
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# '''Mishmash of various utils''': xml<->sxml, pregexp, digest, base64, uuid, fifo mailbox, rbtree, exception-handling, let-optionals and more. sxpath also available. These packages will be split out to individual packages. Ask on mailing list for updates.
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#: Package: (git repo) https://github.com/pereckerdal/std
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== Documents ==
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==Documents==
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===Scheme books===
# '''An Introduction to Scheme and its Implementation''': A pretty good book on how to learn Scheme, for people with a background in general programming languages.
# '''An Introduction to Scheme and its Implementation''': A pretty good book on how to learn Scheme, for people with a background in general programming languages.
#: Author: Paul R. Wilson
#: Author: Paul R. Wilson

Revision as of 20:51, 30 November 2012

Here you will find packages of Gambit code contributed by users. This page is meant as a simple repository where random code snippets as well as complex systems can easily be stored so that other users can get to them. This is not a substitute for a repository that is closely coupled with the Gambit system's module system (which is under development). It is meant to foster the sharing of code by making it extremely easy to publish code in a publicly accessible place. Sharing a piece of code that is incomplete, undocumented, and unreliable is better than not sharing it, because others can correct the deficiencies, learn from the code, or avoid the bugs. Hence the name Dumping Grounds for this page.

The code need not follow a specific structure. It could simply be a Scheme source file (with a .scm extension). However, if you are packaging your code specifically for storing it here, it is best if the name of the package contains a revision number (so that many revisions can be stored) and is a gzip compressed tar file (.tgz extension) containing the code and documentation (for example file Sort-r1.tgz containing the files Sort-r1/Sort.scm and possibly Sort-r1/Sort.html and other related files). For some reason the 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 in the package itself or the documentation.

To add a new package you must add an entry for it to this page (copy-paste an existing entry), update the file name in the [[media:Sort-r1.tgz|Sort-r1.tgz]] link, save the page and click on the link to upload your file. If you upload a new revision don't forget to change the revision number, and keep the link to the old revisions.

A list of the packages and other files with statistics is available here: Special:Imagelist

In case you find that a link to an external repository linked to from this page doesn't work anymore, please try to retrieve the latest version of the repo and upload it here, by a) contacting the author directly, b) enquiring for it on the mailing list, and/or c) trying to get it from archive.org.

Contents

Gambit packages

These packages are in the present form created to run atop Gambit directly. They can generally easily be ported to any module system of choice.

SRFI

  1. SRFI-pack: Many SRFIs ported to Gambit
    Author: Guillaume Germain
    Package: Srfi-pack-0.1.tar.gz
    README: Srfi-pack-0.1-README.txt
  2. SRFI-1: SRFI-1 ported to Gambit
    Author: Olin Shivers; ported by Bradley Lucier
    Package Srfi1.scm
    Note: I did not extend map to allow list arguments of different lengths

Language

  1. Gambit on LLVM: Experimental partial back-end for Gambit using LLVM
    Authors: Arnaud Bergeron and Mathieu Larose
    Package: Gambit-LLVM.tgz
  2. Jss: JavaScriptScheme: a multithreaded Scheme to JavaScript compiler
    Author: Marc Feeley and Catherine Gaudron
    Package: Jss-r2.tgz (old: Jss-r1.tgz)
  3. R6RS on Gambit:Allows R6RS programs to be run on Gambit.
    Maintainer: Arthur Smyles
    Package: (web page) http://smyles.com/projects/r6gambit/
  4. PICOBIT: Very compact Scheme compiler and virtual machine suitable for microcontrollers.
    Author: Marc Feeley and Vincent St-Amour
    Package: (web page) http://repo.or.cz/w/picobit.git
  5. Alexpander: A syntax-rules expander with support for DSSSL #!optional #!key and #!rest arguments.
    Author: Marco Benelli
    Package: Alexpander-r1.tgz

Module systems

  1. Black Hole: Module system, stable. Package handling features are in beta phase. Primary page at Black Hole.
    Package: (git repo) https://github.com/pereckerdal/blackhole
    Mirror for convenience, non-syntactictower Black Hole with bundled libs: 2012-11-28-bh-non-syntactictower+bundled-libs.tar.gz

Object Systems

  1. Oops: Object Oriented Programming for Scheme -- Dylan/Clos-like but different
    Author: Ken Dickey
    Package: oops34.tgz
  2. TinyTalk: Self-like object system with selector [Smalltalk like] dispatch.
    Author: Ken Dickey
    Package: gambitTT.tgz
  3. class.scm: A simple CLOS-like object system written with a balance of performance, usability and runtime heap consumption. Comes bundled with a test suite which shows exemple of how the system can be used. Also can be used easily in a repl with (include "class.scm").
    Author: David St-Hilaire
    Package: (web page/git repo) http://github.com/sthilaid/class/tree/master
  4. Meroon: CLOS-like object system for Scheme.
    Author: Christian Queinnec, now semi-maintained by Brad Lucier. Licensed under the Lisp Lesser General Public Licence. Differs from CLOS in (among many other things) having single inheritance instead of multiple inheritance and a compile-time, not a run-time, MOP. Can be compiled to be relatively fast code. Would benefit from being reorganized in a "layered" style more appropriate for current ideas of Scheme modules.
    Website: http://www.math.purdue.edu/~lucier/software/Meroon/
    Package: MeroonV3-2012Jan20.tar.bz2

FFI

  1. ffi-related-modules: various modules dealing with the FFI, and their dependencies (chjmodules, but someone might turn them to using bare namespaces or so; read the Readme file at the below URL)
    Author: Christian Jaeger
    Package: (web page/git repo) http://scheme.ch/gambit/preview/ffi-related-modules/

Parsing

  1. SSAX-SXML: SSAX-SXML library packaged for Gambit-C
    Author: Kirill Lisovsky (updated by Dominique Boucher)
    Package: (web page) ssax-sxml-gambit-20080402.tgz
  2. Mparser: A combinatorial parser (added expression parser) (parser language rewrite)
    Author: Francesco Bracchi
    Package: Mparser-r3.tgz (old: Mparser-r1.tgz, Mparser-r2.tgz)

Physics

  1. Ising: Computer simulations of the Ising model of spins using the Metropolis algorithm or the Wolff algorithm.
    Author: Marijn Schouten
    Package: media:ising-20090315.scm

Math

  1. Pi: Compute pi to arbitrary precision.
    Author: Marc Feeley
    Package: Pi-r3.tgz (old: Pi-r2.tgz) (old: Pi-r1.tgz)
  2. BLAS: Thin wrapper for level 1, 2 and 3 BLAS linear algebra routines for the Gambit Scheme system.
    Author: Pierre-Alexandre Fournier
    Package: (web page) http://carretechnologies.com/scheme/blas
  3. LAPACK: Thin wrapper for higher-level linear algebra routines for the Gambit Scheme system.
    Author: Pierre-Alexandre Fournier
    Package: (web page) http://carretechnologies.com/scheme/lapack
  4. FFTW3: A wrapper for some FFTW3 functions for the Gambit Scheme system. (real, complex, multi-dimensional FFT functions)
    Author: Pierre-Alexandre Fournier
    Package: (web page) http://carretechnologies.com/scheme/fftw3
  5. Random numbers: High-quality random number generation. Snow package.
    Author: Marc Feeley
    Package: http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=random
  6. GUROBI FFI: This is a FFI that includes the most necessary commands for operating GUROBI from GAMBIT.
    Author: Magnus Andersson
    Package: https://github.com/angelrussher/gurobi-ffi

Encryption

  1. AES Message encryption and decryption based on the AES symmetric cipher. Snow package.
    Author: Marc Feeley
    Package: http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=aes
  2. Cert Management of digital certificates, message signing and verification. Snow package.
    Author: Marc Feeley
    Package: http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=cert
  3. RSA Message encryption and decryption based on the RSA asymmetric cipher. Snow package.
    Author: Marc Feeley
    Package: http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=rsa


SQL

  1. MySQL FFI: FFI for mysql. Unsure about thread-safety, and needs more work
    Author: Jonathan Arkell
    Package: (svn repository) http://bunny.jonnay.net/zengarden/trunk/lib/mysql/
  2. MySQL: Socket level client for mysql. Supports dynamic SQL and now prepared statements. Also includes a SQL abstraction layer. This blog post has more information. For a more developed version w UTF8 support pls contact the ml.
    Author: Andrew Whaley
    Package: Gambit-mysql.zip
  3. SQLite3: a minimalistic interface to SQLite3.
    Author: Marco Benelli
    Package: SQLite3-r1.tgz
  4. Postgresql: A socket level client for Postgresql
    Author: Francesco Bracchi
    Package: Postgresql-r1.tgz

Graphics

  1. Octave: A simple plotting interface using octave (2.x) and gnuplot.
    Author: Pierre-Alexandre Fournier
    Package: (web page) http://carretechnologies.com/scheme/octave/
  2. Schemeray: A simple (and as of yet, unoptimized) raytracer
    Author: James Long
    Package: schemeray-0.2.tgz
  3. Opengl FFI: A simple opengl, glu and glut ffi which supports opengl up to version 1.1.
    Author: David St-Hilaire
    Package: Opengl-ffi-r1.tgz
  4. Perlin Noise: A simple opengl demonstration of a sub-optimal 2d Perlin noise implementation.
    Author: David St-Hilaire
    Package: Perlin-noise-2d-r1.tgz
  5. Cairo: Bindings for cairo graphics.
    Author: Marco Benelli
    Package: Cairo-r3.tgz (old: Cairo-r2.tgz)
  6. GLEW: A wrapper for GLEW which provides all OpenGL functionality through version 2.1 and manages access to vendor extensions
    Author: Fred LeMaster
    Package: glew.tar.gz

Audio

  1. mpg123: A wrapper for the libmpg123 mpeg decoding library
    Author: Fred LeMaster
    Package: mpg.tar.gz
  2. OpenAL: A wrapper for the OpenAL audio output library
    Author: Fred LeMaster
    Package: openAL.tar.gz

Networking

  1. gamsock: Full socket library compatible with Scsh's socket API.
    Author: Jeffrey T. Read
    Package: gamsock-r1.tar.gz
    Git: https://github.com/bitwize/gamsock

Utilities

  1. Sort: Provides a simple sorting procedure for lists and vectors. The mergesort algorithm is used.
    Author: Marc Feeley
    Package: Sort-r1.tgz
  2. Bunny Test: A simple unit testing framework.
    Author: Jonathan Arkell
    Package: (svn repository) http://bunny.jonnay.net/zengarden/trunk/lib/test/
  3. GetOpts: A syntactic form (let-opts) to parse command line options
    Author: Marco Benelli
    Package: GetOpts-r1.tgz
  4. Etags: Script that generates Emacs TAGS files from Scheme files, and recognizes nested definitions.
    Author: Vincent St-Amour
    Package: http://www-etud.iro.umontreal.ca/~stamourv/etags.scm
  5. Win-control: Library for controlling Internet Explorer and other Windows applications for scripting or automating testing.
    Author: Andrew Whaley
    Package: http://code.google.com/p/win-control
  6. repltest: Small example which embeds a remotely accessible REPL into a standalone C program.
    Web: https://mercure.iro.umontreal.ca/pipermail/gambit-list/2010-June/004500.html
    Package: Repltest-20100604.tgz‎
  7. objc-utility-macros: Utility macros to help wrap Objective-C methods.
    Author: Jeffrey T. Read
    Package: objc-utility-macros.scm
  8. Sort: Richard O'Keefe's sorting procedures for lists and vectors. Four times as fast as other sort.
    Author: Richard O'Keefe
    Package: Sort-okeefe.tgz
  9. Digest: Computation of message digests (CRC32, MD5, SHA-1, ...). Snow package.
    Author: Marc Feeley
    Package: http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=digest
  10. Red-black tree implementation, Snow package.
    Author: Marc Feeley
    Package: http://snow.iro.umontreal.ca/?viewpkg=rbtree
  11. Unicode: Unicode handling library 1.0, does string upper-/lowercasing and case insensitive comparison with Unicode character support. Essentially completes Gambit's support for the functionality described in SRFI 75: Unicode.
    Author: Mikael More, Florian Loitsch
    Package: Unicode.tar.gz repo: https://github.com/m-i-k-a-e-l/gambit-unicode
  12. Glass Table: Interactive Development Environment. A REPL that lets you save your work.
    Author: Jeffrey T. Read
    Repo: https://github.com/bitwize/glasstable
    Package: glasstable-0.1.tar.gz

Full Applications

  1. Space-Invaders: Space Invaders classical arcade game remake in scheme over either glut or SDL.
    Author: David St-Hilaire
    Package: Space-invaders-src-v1.0.tgz
  2. Web Server: a web server with sessions cookies and server pages.
    Author: Francesco Bracchi
    Package: WebServer-r2.tgz (old: WebServer-r1.tgz)
    Git: http://git.berlios.de/cgi-bin/gitweb.cgi?p=futhark;a=summary
  3. GUI-Toy: Simple Direct Media Layer prototype code with examples in the raw and using TinyTalk and Oops object systems.
    Author: Ken Dickey
    Package: GUI-Toy.tgz
  4. Intelligent WTF: Intelligent acronym decoder based on wtf from BSD Games
    Author: Joel J. Adamson
    Package: (web page) http://www.unc.edu/~adamsonj/software.html
  5. Genetic Canvas: A polygon-based image renderer using genetic algorithms.
    Author: James Long
    Web: http://jlongster.com/blog/2009/05/25/mona-lisa-genetically-drawn-scheme/

Gambit Black Hole packages

These packages are in their present form created to run on Gambit using the Black Hole module system. They can generally easily be made to run on Gambit directly as well. For more info see Black Hole.

SRFI

  1. SRFIs package
    Package: (git repo) https://github.com/pereckerdal/srfi

Networking

  1. Sack: Web server and HTTP client. BH module. https://github.com/pereckerdal/sack

For convenience, mirror readily set up for non-syntactictower Black Hole: 2012-11-28-sack-current-for-BH-non-syntactictower.tar.gz

Utilities

  1. Mishmash of various utils: xml<->sxml, pregexp, digest, base64, uuid, fifo mailbox, rbtree, exception-handling, let-optionals and more. sxpath also available. These packages will be split out to individual packages. Ask on mailing list for updates.
    Package: (git repo) https://github.com/pereckerdal/std

Documents

Scheme books

  1. An Introduction to Scheme and its Implementation: A pretty good book on how to learn Scheme, for people with a background in general programming languages.
    Author: Paul R. Wilson
    Package: An_Introduction_to_Scheme_and_its_Implementation.tar.gz
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