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bigloo

Bigloo is an implementation of the Scheme programming language. It relies on an optimizing compiler from Scheme to C. Bigloo enables connections between Scheme code and C code. It proposes many extensions to Scheme such as a regular parser compiler, an lalr parser compiler, pattern matching, an object layer, etc.

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  •  19 Feb 2014 23:29

Release Notes: This is a major version whose main highlights are: new compiler optimizations, new language features, and new library facilities.

  •  28 Jan 2013 22:44

Release Notes: A new API and new implementation multi-threading.

  •  26 Oct 2012 21:37

Release Notes: Closure unboxing optimization, new timed I/Os, and API optimizations (ALSA, FLAC, and mpg123).

  •  01 Jun 2012 21:56

Release Notes: This release adds modifications to the object system (language design and implementation), new APIs (alsa, flac, mpg123, avahi, csv parsing), new library functions (UDP support), new regular expression support, and a new garbage collector. The .NET platform is no longer supported.

  •  27 Sep 2011 08:07

Release Notes: Enhanced compile-time type analysis, new compile-time optimisations, a new interpreter, and new multimedia libraries.

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14 Dec 2001 03:03 manuelserrano

bigloo2.4b
The new Bigloo release (2.4b) is now available.

Bigloo is now available to Mac OS X users. The native back-end supports this architecture.
In addition to RGC, Bigloo now supports posix regular expressions, by the mean of the Dorai Sitaram pregexp package. Bigloo supports SRFI-22.

11 Dec 2001 05:43 manuelserrano

bigloo2.4b
The new Bigloo release (2.4b) is now available.

- Bigloo is now available to Mac OS X users. The native back-end supports
this architecture.

- In addition to RGC, Bigloo now supports posix regular expressions,
by the mean of the Dorai Sitaram pregexp package.

- Bigloo supports SRFI-22.

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