Several Scheme packages have been written using SLIB. There are several reasons why a package might not be included in the SLIB distribution:
Once an optional package is installed (and an entry added to
require mechanism allows it to be called
up and used as easily as any other SLIB package. Some optional
packages (for which
*catalog* already has entries) available
from SLIB sites are:
is a portable debugger for Scheme (requires emacs editor).
With PSD, you can run a Scheme program in an Emacs buffer, set
breakpoints, single step evaluation and access and modify the
program’s variables. It works by instrumenting the original source
code, so it should run with any R4RS compliant Scheme. It has been
tested with SCM, Elk 1.5, and the sci interpreter in the Scheme->C
system, but should work with other Schemes with a minimal amount of
porting, if at all. Includes documentation and user’s manual.
Written by Pertti Kellomäki,
the Lisp Pointers article describing
PSD (Lisp Pointers VI(1):15-23, January-March 1993) is available at
is an embedding of Prolog in Scheme.
is a Scheme program which converts text among the JIS, EUC, and
Shift-JIS Japanese character sets.