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scsh-0.6 A `scheme' interpreter designed for writing system programs
Installed size 8084
Maintainer Scheme48 Maintainers Task Force <pkg-scheme48-maintainers@lists.alioth.debian.org>
Architecture i386
Version 0.6.7-3
Depends libc6 (>= 2.3.6-6), libelfg0 (>= 0.8.5), scsh-common-0.6 (= 0.6.7-3)
Suggests scsh-0.6-doc
File name pool/main/s/scsh-0.6/scsh-0.6_0.6.7-3_i386.deb
Description Scsh has a high-level process notation for doing shell-script like tasks: running programs, establishing pipelines and I/O redirection. Scsh embeds this process notation within a full implementation of Scheme, a minimal and clean dialect of the Lisp programming language. The process notation is realized as a set of macro definitions, and is carefully designed to allow full integration with standard Scheme code. Scsh isn't Scheme-like; it is Scheme. . At the scripting level, scsh also has an Awk design, also implemented as a macro that can be embedded inside general Scheme code. . Scsh additionally provides the low-level access to the operating system normally associated with C. The current release provides full access to POSIX, plus important non-POSIX extensions, such as complete sockets support. "Full access to POSIX" means: fork, exec & wait, sockets, full read, write, open & close, seek & tell, complete file-system access, including stat, chmod/chgrp/chown, symlink, FIFO & directory access, tty & pty support, file locking, pipes, select, file-name pattern-matching, time & date, environment variables, signal handlers, and more. . Homepage: http://www.scsh.net/

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