Scsh is a programming language created in 2002. Scsh (a Scheme shell) is computer software, a type of shell for an operating system. It is a Portable Operating System Interface (POSIX) application programming interface (API) layered on the programming language Scheme, in a manner to make the most of Scheme's ability for scripting. Scsh is limited to 32-bit platforms but there is a development version against the latest Scheme 48 that works in 64-bit mode. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the Scsh wikipedia page
- Scsh first appeared in 2002
- See also: ia-32, scheme, regex
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Example code from Wikipedia:
#!/usr/local/bin/scsh -s !# (define (executables dir) (with-cwd dir (filter file-executable? (directory-files dir #t)))) (define (writeln x) (display x) (newline)) (for-each writeln (append-map executables ((infix-splitter ":") (getenv "PATH"))))
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