Ypsilon (Scheme implementation)
|Original author(s)||Yoshikatsu Fujita|
|Initial release||August 1, 2008|
|Stable release||0.9.6-update3 / December 23, 2008|
|License||Revised BSD license|
Ypsilon Scheme is a free software implementation of the R6RS standard of Scheme. It implements mostly concurrent garbage collection, which is optimized for multi-core CPU systems. Its author, Yoshikatsu Fujita, developed the Ypsilon implementation to satisfy the need for a real-time Scheme implementation suitable for computer game development without giving up a garbage collected dynamic interpreter.
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