The SCM Implementation of Scheme
SCM includes Hobbit, the Scheme-to-C compiler originally written by Tanel Tammet. Hobbit generates C files whose binaries can be dynamically or statically linked with a SCM executable. SCM includes linkable modules for sequence-comparison, arrays, records, and byte-number conversions; and modules for POSIX system calls and network-sockets, readline, ncurses, and Xlib.
On some platforms SCM supports unexec (developed for Emacs and bash), which dumps a executable image from a running SCM. This results in very low latency (12.ms) startup for SCM.
SCM requires the SLIB Scheme Library. Both SCM and SLIB are GNU packages.
scm-5f3 is a bugfix release. Details at http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/*checkout*/scm/scm/ChangeLog.
scm -r'db->html' -rbuild -e'(db->html-directory build "build")'
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