It is now possible to easily use the latest version of ChezWEB on the Silo machine or any other machine with Chez Scheme 8.4 installed on the Sharks or Burrow networks, since I have installed a public version of the latest version of ChezWEB. Here is a set of
I am pleased to announce the release of ChezWEB v2.0. This is a complete rewrite of the ChezWEB system and it include numerous enhancements and improvements. It's hard to describe how cool this new release is. :-) If you have not done so already, please make sure to go
Over the past two days, I've made 24 commits to my alpha branch of ChezWEB. For me, that's a whole lot. ChezWEB has come together really nicely for this first release, and I'm really happy with where the features are going. A Beta version
For those of you who don't know, I have been working on the next major version of ChezWEB (2.0), which is a complete rewrite of the old system, preserving the good things about the old system, while dropping and removing things that made life difficult or inconvenient.
For a while, I used Unicode sparingly in my Scheme source code. On the one hand, it really is nice to work with when I have an extended character set for my code. On the other hand, editors that do not support Unicode and other tools can make things difficult.
Update: Please see the latest happenings on Chezweb here: http://www.sacrideo.us/v5/proj/chezweb/I haven't talked about this yet, it appears, so I thought it would be worth mentioning here. I've released ChezWEB, which is a literate programming system for Scheme. I'