SIOD

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SIOD
Original author(s) George J. Carrette
Stable release 3.63 / April 27, 2008 (2008-04-27)
Written in C
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Programming language
License GNU Lesser General Public License
Website alum.mit.edu/www/gjc/siod.html

Scheme In One Defun (or Scheme In One Day) is a small-footprint implementation of the Scheme programming language, written in C and designed to be embedded inside C programs. It was originally written by Professor George J. Carrette at Boston University as a demonstration in a laboratory.

Features[edit]

  • SIOD implements the original version of Scheme from the Lambda Papers, but it does not implement any of the modern language standards.
  • SIOD represents a very early use of conservative garbage collection in a Lisp interpreter, a technique which was later copied by SCM and Guile.
  • Compilation is implemented by emitting a fixed machine code prologue followed by a fast-loading binary representation of the parse tree to be interpreted.

Applications[edit]

  • GIMP used SIOD as its primary extension language, Script-Fu, until version 2.4 was released.[1]
  • SIAG (Scheme in a grid) is a spreadsheet application using SIOD as a base.
  • Festival Speech Synthesis System uses SIOD as its underlying command interpreter. [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "GIMP - Script-Fu Migration Guide". gimp.org. Retrieved November 12, 2011. 
  2. ^ "CSTR Festival Speech Synthesis System". Retrieved May 26, 2013. 

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