Dimitrios Souflis email@example.com
Kevin Cozens kevin@
Jonathan S. Shapiro firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kevin Cozens has created a GIMP plug-in, called Tiny-Fu to replace the built-in SIOD interpreter. On October 15th, 2006, the Tiny-Fu plugin was rolled into the GIMP distribution.
Andrew Sorensen has created Impromptu, which is a development environment designed specifically for live/on-the-fly audio/visual collaborative programming that uses TinyScheme as its scripting language.
Some useful extensions to provide sockets, filesystem, date/time and some additional functionality, by Manuel Heras-Gilsanz.
A port of TinyScheme for the Sharp Zaurus has been written by Heow Eide-Goodman and is available for download.
The Regular Expression Extension provides your Scheme programs with pattern matching. This version offers a more full interface, due to Stephen Gildea.
For use in HTTP servers: The ssp_compiler compiles SSP (server-side Scheme) files to Straight Scheme files. SSP uses JSP tags to embed code inside regular HTML. Download ssp_compile.c. When the symbol SSP_COMPILER_MAIN is defined, it can be compiled to a standalone executable. A single function is exported:
int ssp_compile(const char *infile, const char *outfile);that compiles infile to outfile if infile is newer.
Where it all started: download the original Minischeme distribution.
Download the TinyScheme logo from the splash page in Encapsulated Postscript format (hand-crafted): ts.eps. It is scaled to the appropriate size by gv, captured by The Gimp, where it is made transparent and saved as a GIF image.
This software is open source, covered by a BSD-style license