Scheme in the browser, comparator and implementations metadata Amirouche Boubekki
04 Oct 2019 10:01 UTC
I have good news.
1) My prototype comparator finally works under Linux Chrome and
Chromium, see https://scheme-live.github.io/ff.scm/ It was only tested
on Ubuntu 19.04. (the problem what with chrome, not Chibi)
https://scheme-live.github.io/scheme-fuss/todomvc/ That said, it does
not support R7RS as of yet. I am waiting 12th or 13th October Gambit
30 meeting  to decide whether I will continue with Chibi or Gambit.
3) I want to change the format used in implementation metadata
repository  to rely on chunks that is n-tuple or lists of n items
where n is fixed. I am thinking about using n=4. This could help (me)
demonstrate SRFI-168 capabilities. What do you think? Triples or Quads
are the defacto standard for representing data (e.g. wikidata,
dbpedia). I think it will help to rely on a similar formalism.
Let me know what you think!