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Description

Scheme programming environment.

LispPad is a simple, lightweight, integrated development environment for developing and running Scheme code. The language supported by LispPad is based on the R7RS standard of the Scheme programming language. LispPad provides the following components:

• A fully integrated Scheme interpreter
• A console with a read-eval-print loop to interact with the interpreter
• A text editor for writing Scheme code, supporting syntax highlighting, smart indentation, parenthesis matching, text completion, page guides, etc.

The Scheme dialect supported by LispPad provides the following features:

• R7RS-compliant libraries
• Hygienic macros based on syntax-rules
• First-class environments
• call/cc, dynamic-wind and exceptions
• Dynamically-scoped parameters
• Multiple return values
• Delayed execution via promises and streams
• Support for the full numerical tower consisting of arbitrary size integers, rationals, real numbers, and inexact complex numbers.
• Unicode strings and characters
• Vectors and bytevectors
• Text and binary ports
• R7RS-compliant records
• R6RS-compliant hashtables
• R6RS-compliant enumerations
• All R7RS libraries

LispPad focuses on simplicity and ease of use. A number of standard Scheme libraries are built into LispPad to facilitate porting existing Scheme code.

What’s New

Version 1.5.2

New features:
• Complete revamp of user interface optimized for macOS Big Sur
• Introduced key equivalents for session and editor windows
• Rewrote line number display; allow selection of line ranges
• Introduced feature to automatically indent Scheme code
• Updated and extended documentation (accessible via "Help > LispPad Help" and "Help > LispPad Library Reference")
• Included new libraries: (srfi 9), (srfi 180), (srfi 209), (srfi 210)
• Extended library (lispkit log) with syntax log-time
• Extended library (lispkit debug) with syntax time-values
• Extended library (lispkit math) with procedures fxodd?, fxeven?, fx-width, fx-greatest, and fx-least in library (lispkit math); generalized procedure number->string
• Included new documentation for library (lispkit debug)
• Included new sample code: DrawTrees.scm, DisplayTrees.scm, and EditDistance.scm

Bug fixes:
• Fixed several editor-related bugs
• Fixed crash of virtual machine when execution gets aborted while loading and executing a file
• Minor bug fixes in LispKit libraries

Ratings and Reviews

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.