TinyScheme is a Scheme interpreter that can execute Scheme code but is also suitable for embedding in programs. The goal is to keep the interpreter small while providing as much compatability with Scheme standards as possible.
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SigScheme is a R5RS Scheme interpreter for embedded use. It features small footprint (64KB in library form on the 'small' configuration) like SIOD and TinyScheme, low memory consumption (2-words per cons cell), multibyte characters handling (UTF-8, EUCs and Shift_JIS) and more. It is mainly developed to replace the Scheme interpreter of uim. News2010/07/28 : SigScheme 0.8.5 release (release note, news) 2010/07/15 : SigScheme 0.8.4 release (release note, news) 2008/04/08 : SigScheme 0.8.3 release
CMake build for tinyscheme
TinyScheme with ECIES and SQLite support
mg(1) extended with tinyscheme
scheme command line interface using tinyscheme
Fork of TinyScheme from Subversion, with added features.
a lightweight scheme interpreter, copied from tinyscheme1.39.zip
A lightweight wrapper around TinyScheme
illustration how to embed TinyScheme within C programs
Port of TinyScheme to be used as Scheme Intrepreter in SolidMCP