Source-code I have created and others' source-code I use and want organized in my own way.
I've claimed `(xitomatl ---)' as my personal top-level namespace. "Xitomatl", pronounced something like "zye-toe-ma-tul", is the Aztec Nahuatl language word for tomato. I chose an obscure word I like and which I doubt anyone will ever have a conflict with me over :-)
The Xitomatl collection requires SRFI libraries conforming to SRFI-97. The SRFI libraries used by the author can be found at:
Currently supported Scheme systems are Ikarus, Larceny, PLT, and Ypsilon. They support the *.IMPL.sls convention for implementation-
See the test programs in the "tests" folder for examples of how to use the libraries.
Submit bug reports at:
Disclaimer: My libraries are a moving target. I'm continually changing things. Other people's libraries I've assimilated should be stable and should need to be changed only for bug fixes and updates to new versions. If in the future some of my libraries stabilize, I'll advertise that and make documentation.
- 195. By Derick Eddington on 2009-12-14
Rework paths library: support Windows paths; make parameter to dynamically change path style; rename cleanse-path to normalize-path. Normalize start-path of directory-
- 194. By Derick Eddington on 2009-11-23
Add system procedure to (xitomatl common). Hack to make (xitomatl include) work on Larceny. Make current-directory parameter work on PLT. Remove empty ikarus directory.
- Branch format:
- Branch format 6
- Repository format:
- Bazaar pack repository format 1 (needs bzr 0.92)