10.1.3 / December 8, 2018
It features a rich runtime library, a powerful source-level debugger, a native code compiler and a built-in Emacs-like editor called Edwin.
The books Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs and Structure and Interpretation of Classical Mechanics include software that can be run on MIT/GNU Scheme.
Edwin is the built-in Emacs-like editor that comes with MIT/GNU Scheme. Edwin normally displays the `*scheme*' buffer, the mode line, and the mini-buffer when it starts up. As in Emacs, the mode line gives information like the name of the buffer above it and whether that buffer is read-only, modified or unmodified.
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