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Scheme is a dialect of the Lisp family of programming languages. Scheme was created during the 1970s at the MIT AI Lab and released by its developers, Guy L. Steele and Gerald Jay Sussman, via a series of memos now known as the Lambda Papers.


  • Bigloo — Fast scheme compiler || bigloo
  • Chez — Chez Scheme is a compiler and run-time system for the language of the Revised^6 Report on Scheme (R6RS), with numerous extensions. || chez-schemeAUR
  • CHICKEN — Feature rich R5RS/R7RS Scheme compiler and interpreter || chicken
  • Gambit Scheme — Efficient implementation of the Scheme programming language || gambit-cAUR
  • Gauche — R7RS Scheme implementation (includes gosh) || gauche
  • GNU Guile — Portable, embeddable Scheme implementation written in C || guile, guile2.0AUR, guile1.8AUR
  • Kawa — A Scheme implementation and framework targeted the JVM || kawaAUR
  • Larceny — Larceny is a simple and efficient implementation of the Scheme programming language. || larcenyAUR
  • MIT/GNU Scheme — MIT/GNU Scheme || mit-schemeAUR
  • Racket — A full-spectrum language with DrRacket IDE. Formerly known as PLT Scheme. || racket, racket-minimal
  • Scheme48 — Scheme interpreter for experimentation || scheme48AUR

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