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== Black Hole module system ==
== Black Hole module system ==
[[Black Hole]] is a module system for incremental development and easily sharing code. It is bundled with a set of general purpose libraries, including several popular [[SRFI:s | SRFIs]].
[[Black Hole]] is a module system for incremental development and easily sharing code. It is bundled with a set of general purpose libraries, including several popular [[SRFI:s | SRFIs]].
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== Scheme Spheres ==
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[http://schemespheres.org Scheme Spheres] is a structured collection of R5RS-compatible modules and tools for building applications with Gambit, along with a growing documentation base. It is built on top of Gambit's namespace functionality. Supports ''syntax-rules'' and ''rsc-macro-transformer'' (''define-macro''-like system that plays well with syntax-rules). The list of features is extensive, as an example take a look at the [https://github.com/alvatar/sphere-core Core sphere]. Start using Scheme Spheres with the [http://www.schemespheres.org/guides/en/quickstart quickstart guide].
== Dumping grounds ==
== Dumping grounds ==
There is an informal listing of Gambit libraries and code samples on the [[Dumping Grounds]].
There is an informal listing of Gambit libraries and code samples on the [[Dumping Grounds]].

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The Snow package system

Snow is a package management system for R4RS and R5RS Scheme. Nearly all Snow packages run on Gambit. Users can simply download and install existing packages. For those who want to develop new packages, Snow has its own documentation.

Black Hole module system

Black Hole is a module system for incremental development and easily sharing code. It is bundled with a set of general purpose libraries, including several popular SRFIs.

Scheme Spheres

Scheme Spheres is a structured collection of R5RS-compatible modules and tools for building applications with Gambit, along with a growing documentation base. It is built on top of Gambit's namespace functionality. Supports syntax-rules and rsc-macro-transformer (define-macro-like system that plays well with syntax-rules). The list of features is extensive, as an example take a look at the Core sphere. Start using Scheme Spheres with the quickstart guide.

Dumping grounds

There is an informal listing of Gambit libraries and code samples on the Dumping Grounds.

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