Changeset 13872 in project


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Timestamp:
03/23/09 11:13:17 (11 years ago)
Author:
felix winkelmann
Message:

set version to 4.0.1x1; some trivial other fixes

Location:
chicken/trunk
Files:
6 edited

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  • chicken/trunk/README

    r13736 r13872  
    44  (c) 2008-2009, The Chicken Team
    55
    6   version 4.0.0x5
     6  version 4.0.1x1
    77
    88
  • chicken/trunk/buildversion

    r12920 r13872  
    1 4.0.0x5
     14.0.1x1
  • chicken/trunk/manual/The User's Manual

    r13851 r13872  
    55== The CHICKEN User's Manual
    66
    7 This is the user's manual for the Chicken Scheme compiler, version 4.0.0x5
     7This is the user's manual for the Chicken Scheme compiler, version 4.0.1x1
    88
    99; [[Getting started]] : What is CHICKEN and how do I use it?
  • chicken/trunk/rules.make

    r13858 r13872  
    13151315        cd $(SRCDIR)benchmarks; \
    13161316        LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$$here DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH=$$here PATH=$$here:$$PATH \
    1317         csi -s cscbench.scm $(BENCHMARK_OPTIONS)
     1317        $(CSI) -s cscbench.scm $(BENCHMARK_OPTIONS)
  • chicken/trunk/site/index.html

    r8361 r13872  
    110110
    111111<center>
    112 <img src="chicken3b.png">
     112<img src="chicken-new.png">
    113113<div style="width: 70%; margin: 3em;">
    114114<font size="5"><em><span>CHICKEN - A practical and portable Scheme system</span></em></font>
     
    116116<p class="block" style="margin: 3em;">
    117117CHICKEN is a compiler for the <a href="http://schemers.org/">Scheme</a> programming language.
    118 CHICKEN produces portable, efficient C, supports almost all of the current Scheme language standard,
    119 <a href="http://schemers.org/Documents/Standards/R5RS/HTML/">R5RS</a> and includes many
    120 enhancements and extensions.  CHICKEN runs on MacOS X, Windows, and many Unix flavours.
     118CHICKEN produces portable, efficient C, supports almost all of the
     119<a href="http://schemers.org/Documents/Standards/R5RS/HTML/">R5RS</a>
     120Scheme language standard, and includes many enhancements and
     121extensions.  CHICKEN runs on Linux, MacOS X, Windows, and many Unix flavours.
    121122</p>
    122123
    123124<h3>FEATURES</h3>
    124125<p class="block"><ul style="text-align: left;">
    125 <li>Includes a full-featured interactive interpreter as well as an optimizing batch compiler<br>
    126 <li>Full support for tail recursion, first-class continuations and high-level macros
    127 <li>Highly portable and known to run on many platforms, including x86, x86-64, IA-64, PowerPC, SPARC and UltraSPARC, Alpha, MIPS,
    128 PA-RISC, ARM and S/390<br>
    129 <li>Distributed free for use and modification under the terms of the BSD License<br>
    130 <li>Transparent support for dynamically loadable compiled code and linkage to C<br>
    131 <li>A sophisticated but easy to use foreign function interface for accessing C and C++ libraries from Scheme code<br>
    132 <li>Lightweight threads based on first-class continuations<br>
    133 <li>An object system with multiple dispatch, multiple inheritance and meta-object protocol<br>
    134 <li>Provides the <tt>syntax-case</tt> enhanced high-level macro system (including R5RS <tt>syntax-rules</tt>), and
    135 <tt>define-macro</tt> style low-level macros<br>
    136 <li>Support for syntactic pattern-matching via Andrew Wright's <tt>match</tt> package<br>
    137 <li>Execution profiling, debugging, backtrace and single-stepping support<br>
    138 <li>A POSIX interface that covers environment and filesystem access, pipes, processes, signals, locks, sockets, and low-level and memory-mapped I/O<br>
    139 <li>Perl compatible regular expressions<br>
    140 <li>Support for interpreted or compiled shell scripts under Unix and Windows<br>
    141 <li>CHICKEN is supported by <a href="http://www.swig.org">SWIG</a> so interfacing to C or C++ can be automated<br>
    142 <li>Support for a large number of <a href="http://srfi.schemers.org/">Scheme Requests For Implementation</a> (SRFIs)<br>
    143 <li>Many libraries and extensions are available at <a href="http://www.call-with-current-continuation.org/eggs/">"Eggs unlimited"</a>
     126<li>Includes a full-featured interactive interpreter as well as an optimizing batch compiler
     127<li>Usable for interpreted scripts or compiled standalone executables with either dynamic or static linkage
     128<li>Full support for tail recursion, first-class continuations and hygienic macros
     129<li>Highly portable and known to run on many platforms, including x86,
     130x86-64, IA-64, PowerPC, SPARC and UltraSPARC, Alpha, MIPS, ARM and
     131S/390
     132<li>Distributed free for use and modification under the terms of the BSD License
     133<li>Transparent support for dynamically loadable compiled code and linkage to C
     134<li>An easy to use foreign function interface for accessing C and C++ libraries from Scheme code
     135<li>Lightweight user-level threads based on first-class continuations
     136<li>Provides high- and low-level hygienic macros, including <tt>syntax-rules</tt>
     137<li>Includes a powerful module system that integrates hygienic macros and separate compilation
     138<li>Execution profiling, debugging, backtrace and single-stepping support
     139<li>A POSIX interface that covers environment and filesystem access,
     140pipes, processes, signals, locks, sockets, and low-level and
     141memory-mapped I/O
     142<li>Perl compatible regular expressions, including support for SRE syntax (Structured Regular Expressions)
     143<li>Support for interpreted or compiled shell scripts under Unix and Windows
     144<li>Support for a large number of <a href="http://srfi.schemers.org/">Scheme Requests For Implementation</a> (SRFIs)
     145<li>Many libraries and extensions are available
     146at <a href="http://www.call-with-current-continuation.org/eggs/">"Eggs
     147unlimited"</a>
    144148</ul>
    145149</p>
     
    147151<h3>DOWNLOAD</h3>
    148152<p>
    149 Tar archives of the most recent release can be found here:
    150 <a href="http://chicken.wiki.br/releases">
    151 http://chicken.wiki.br/releases</a>
     153Get the tarball for the most recent release (4.0.0) here:
     154<a href="http://www.call-with-current-continuation.org/chicken-4.0.0.tar.gz">
     155chicken-4.0.0.tar.gz</a>
    152156
    153157</p>
     
    157161Browse the <a href="http://chicken.wiki.br/The User's Manual">User's manual</a> at the CHICKEN
    158162<a href="http://chicken.wiki.br/">wiki</a>
    159 </p>
    160 
    161 <p>Browse the CHICKEN documentation at <a href="http://callcc.org">http://callcc.org</a>.
    162163</p>
    163164
     
    182183</p>
    183184
    184 <p>A list of open bugs and feature request can be accessed at <a href="http://trac.callcc.org">http://trac.callcc.org</a>.
    185 </p>
    186 
    187185<h3>CONTACT</h3>
    188186<p class="block">
  • chicken/trunk/version.scm

    r12920 r13872  
    1 (define-constant +build-version+ "4.0.0x5")
     1(define-constant +build-version+ "4.0.1x1")
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