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Date: 19 Jul 89 13:54:30 GMT
From: Ross Judson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
As I understand it, Cscheme is a free (I hope!) implementation of
the scheme language. A month or two ago I read that somebody planned on
posting the most recent version. Has this been done? What's the status?
Unfortunately, I am unable to ftp, and, due to mailer screwups, unable to
mail out of this site at all. So posting is the only way I'll see it.
Does anybody from Ottawa or the region have it? I'd like to get in
touch if you do.
uucp - uunet!mitel!sce!cognos!rossj |people hate the generator
arpa/internet - email@example.com |but love to light up the sky
There is no chance that anyone will post CScheme -- the current
distribution is 6 megabytes in size, over 2 megabytes when compressed.
You will have to find someone who has a copy and can get it to you.
A useful piece of information: GNU Emacs tapes ordered from the Free
Software Foundation contain the current release of CScheme. If you
have a copy of GNU Emacs that was obtained from such a tape, then you
should also have CScheme. (Note that CScheme is not included in the
FTP distribution of Emacs.)
- Cscheme posting
- From: Ross Judson <firstname.lastname@example.org>