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.
I am pleased to announce the release of ChezWEB 1.3.0.The major changes here are the introduction of a new form to evaluate code for side effects during weaving, and finally, a solution to the ellipses annoyance in previous versions when defining macros inside of named chunks.Gopher
I have just finished watching an extended talk by Guy Steele about how we should be designing our programs for parallelism. The gist of his messages declares that we should not be thinking explicitly about the low level operations of dispatching our code to core, or the like, but should
If you are writing and interfacing with foreign libraries in Chez Scheme, it's often rather important that you can get efficient access to errno. When I say efficient, I also mean efficient developer time, and not just run time. In sticking with my normal goals, I try to