These constants and procedures describe characteristics of the Scheme and underlying operating system. They are provided by all implementations.
An integer 1 larger that the largest value which can be returned by
In implementations which support integers of practically unlimited size, most-positive-fixnum is a large exact integer within the range of exact integers that may result from computing the length of a list, vector, or string.
In implementations which do not support integers of practically unlimited size, most-positive-fixnum is the largest exact integer that may result from computing the length of a list, vector, or string.
Returns a symbol denoting the generic operating system type. For instance,
Displays the versions of SLIB and the underlying Scheme implementation and the name of the operating system. An unspecified value is returned.(slib:report-version) ⇒ slib "3b4" on scm "5b1" on unix
Displays the information of
(slib:report-version)followed by almost all the information neccessary for submitting a problem report. An unspecified value is returned.
Writes the verbose report to file filename.(slib:report) ⇒ slib "3b4" on scm "5b1" on unix (implementation-vicinity) is "/usr/local/lib/scm/" (library-vicinity) is "/usr/local/lib/slib/" (scheme-file-suffix) is ".scm" loaded slib:features : trace alist qp sort common-list-functions macro values getopt compiled implementation slib:features : bignum complex real rational inexact vicinity ed getenv tmpnam abort transcript with-file ieee-p1178 r4rs rev4-optional-procedures hash object-hash delay eval dynamic-wind multiarg-apply multiarg/and- logical defmacro string-port source current-time record rev3-procedures rev2-procedures sun-dl string-case array dump char-ready? full-continuation system implementation *catalog* : (i/o-extensions compiled "/usr/local/lib/scm/ioext.so") ...