I love scsh, but I may have a problem with it.
I say this because simply starting scsh in an xterm...
Welcome to scsh 0.6.2 (Gambit-C 4.0)
Type ,? for help.
...gets me a process that grows relentlessly, 4K at a time. The one
I'm running now has grown over 100K in < 5 minutes without my typing a
single character into the REPL, just let it sit there. Of course this
isn't important for the short-lived scripts I've written so far, but
I'm hoping to use it for some more daemonish things in the future.
[...runs off and installs scheme48...]
Welcome to Scheme 48 0.57 (made by root on Sat Oct 5 06:10:50 EDT 2002).
Copyright (c) 1993-2001 by Richard Kelsey and Jonathan Rees.
Please report bugs to email@example.com.
Type ,? (comma question-mark) for help.
Well, scheme48 doesn't grow at all when I leave it alone.
Presumably other people do use scsh for long-running tasks, so maybe
it has something to do with running it on OpenBSD 3.0/3.1. Is anyone
else running it on OpenBSD and if so, does scsh behave this way for
you? Does anyone see leakage on another OS?