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Guile removed from GDB

http://lists.gnu.org

Andy Wingo : « That's unfortunate. Guile is the GNU extension language, you know. »

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Videos of GNU Hackers Meeting in the Hague available

http://www.fsf.org

"Videos of the talks from the GNU Hackers Meeting in the Hague are now available. This meeting took place on 24-25 July at "Revelation Hackspace", prior to the GNOME GUADEC conference, and featured a workshop on GNUnet, a framework for free secure networking and decentralised applications..."

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GNU Guile 1.9.12 released

http://lists.gnu.org

Guile is an implementation of the Scheme programming language, with support for many SRFIs, packaged for use in a wide variety of environments. The new release provides many new noteworthy features, most notably the addition of a compiler and virtual machine. We encourage you to test them and provide feedback.

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Why Lisp is a natural way to deal with XML

http://trashbird1240.wordpress.com

"...That verbosity brings to mind the common complaint about XML, which is that it’s really Lisp syntax with angle brackets and a bunch of stuff inside them. Consequently Lisp is a natural way to deal with XML.

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guile and emacs and elisp, oh my!

https://jugglingbits.wordpress.com

«Emacs would be faster, more powerful, and have the ability to access all of Guile's facilities -- the Scheme language, other languages implemented for Guile (Javascript, Lua, ...), a proper ffi, dynamically loadable libraries, a module system, the numeric tower (rationals, bignums, etc), Guile's existing libraries, delimited continuations (!), fast bytevector access, native threads, etc.» &mdas

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Updated Guile Tutorial

http://www.gnu.org

"This document is an introduction into using Guile, the GNU extension language and system. Guile is a dialect of the Scheme programming language, and I will assume you're at least confident about the very basics of Scheme or LISP in general.

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Scheme Steering Committee Position Statement - Draft - 20 August 2009

http://scheme-reports.org

"Programming languages are like sharks. When they stop moving forward, they die. Scheme has never stopped moving — not completely. It's been more of a moving target than a fixed language. Scheme is a 'dynamic language' in more ways than one. The purpose of this article is to explain the position of the Scheme Language Steering Committee: ..."

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Improvements to GNU Guile

http://programming-musings.org

A nice summary of some of the great work done on Guile recently.

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Emacs Lisp revived

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"Hi all, I finally started real work on implementing the elisp compiler and just pushed a first start-off code to branch elisp. It is however not yet usable for anything, but also already has some very few things done..."

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The Programming Language with the Happiest Users

http://blog.doloreslabs.com

"Which languages make programmers the happiest? It’s clear that some languages are more popular than others, and many of us debate long and hard over the relative merits of Python vs Ruby, C vs Java or Lisp vs everything else. But what’s the general consensus? ..."

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Why Did M.I.T. Switch from Scheme to Python?

http://danweinreb.org

"I’ve been seeing mail and blog postings, particularly from people in the Lisp community, why MIT has switched from using Scheme to Python in the freshman core curriculum for the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. At the International Lisp Conference, Prof. Gerry Sussman gave a short impromptu talk explaining the new freshman curriculum.

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HOP: A Language for Programming the Web 2.0

http://www.bestechvideos.com

"HOP is a new Software Development Kit for the Web 2.0. It relies a new higher-order language for programming interactive web applications such as multimedia applications (web galleries, music players, ...), office applications (web agendas, mail clients, ...), ubiquitous domotics, etc. HOP can be viewed as a replacement for traditional graphical toolkits.

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Building a Guile extension on an embedded device

http://zedstar.org

"Thanks to OpenEmbedded building extensions for Guile that run on embedded devices such as the BeagleBoard is fairly painless [...] As an example I built packedobjects as a Guile extension for my BeagleBoard..." -- via globa

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Scripting with Guile

http://www.ibm.com

"Scheme is a programming language, but Guile—an interpreter and library for Scheme—transforms it into an embedded scripting language, making it ideal for bringing dynamic new life to your static applications. Take a quick tour of Guile, and discover its powerful features for building extensible applications..."

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Why Put an End to Proprietary Platforms: LeftParen 0.5 released with Facebook Support.

http://blog.leftparen.com

"LeftParen 0.5 is a PLT Scheme web app framework. LP is in its early stages, and I need your help to improve it..."

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