Larceny Scheme implementation is an actively used programming language created in 2017. Larceny is an implementation of the Scheme programming language built around the Twobit optimizing compiler. Larceny offers several back-ends able to target native x86 and ARMv7 code. Petit Larceny is also available and emits C source code, which can then be further compiled to native code with an ordinary C compiler.Older versions (<0.98) included support for the SPARC architecture in Larceny, and for Microsoft's Common Language Runtime via Common Larceny.Larceny supports all major Scheme standards (R5RS, IEEE/ANSI, R6RS, and R7RS. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Larceny Scheme implementation first appeared in 2017
- See also: scheme, arm, c, sparc
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Last updated November 16th, 2019