- Aubrey Jaffer (email@example.com)
- Most of SCM.
- Radey Shouman
gsubrs, compiled closures, records, Ecache, syntax-rules
macros, and safeports.
- Jerry D. Hedden
- Real and Complex functions. Fast mixed type arithmetics.
- Hugh Secker-Walker
- Syntax checking and memoization of special forms by evaluator. Storage
allocation strategy and parameters.
- George Carrette
- Siod, written by George Carrette, was the starting point for SCM.
The major innovations taken from Siod are the evaluator's use of the
C-stack and being able to garbage collect off the C-stack
(see Garbage Collection).
There are many other contributors to SCM. They are acknowledged in the
file ChangeLog, a log of changes that have been made to scm.