One of the things I recall you've commented on is a desire to allow
writers of scsh scripts to use the s48 module system.
I've bumped heads with the module system, and it took me a few tries
to understand it. Maybe something a little simpler might also be
good. A number of times, I've run into a a desire to load the
functions into scsh and bang on them interactively.
Something along the lines of:
#! /usr/local/bin/scsh -c main -s
(display "Hello, world")
.. which means "load the file, then invoke main with no arguments".
(yes, my C heritage is showing through here; I hope you can deal :-)).
This would not break existing scripts, but would allow me to load the
source file into an interactive scsh for debugging without invoking
the script's entrypoint.
What *I* would like is an Edwin port to S48. With scsh, I could
make edwin be the shell... How does that grab you?
I think I'd like to see a scsh-STk merger first..