In article <email@example.com>,
Alex Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Subject says it all.
Not to my knowledge. I managed to generate a hacked up
Scheme48, but it was not able to do the ffi stuff correctly.
With the latest release of scheme48, though, we have the prescheme
compiler, so in theory, a 64-bit scsh should be producable. I've
*heard* Ian Horswill has managed to get something going, but only
hearsay (say it here if you know for sure). At this exact moment
I'm finishing up my MA (defend next week, hooray!) so I have essentially
zero time to work on it. If I'm still around after I defend, I plan
on finishing up the port of scsh to MzScheme, and then *might* look
at scheme48 again, depending on how much demand there is for a port.
(so far, only 3-5 people have even mentioned it..)
BTW, if Digital wanted to give me a hand with a few pieces, I would make
it a higher priority at work.. ;)