./shells/scsh, Unix shell embedded into Scheme, with access to all Posix calls

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Branch: pkgsrc-2014Q2, Version: 0.6.7nb1, Package name: scsh-0.6.7nb1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Scsh is a Unix shell in that is has significant syntax extensions to
make writing Unix shell scripts easy (constructing pipelines, setting
I/O redirection, conditional execution etc.). It also offers access to
lower-level functionality like all Posix system calls, TCP/IP sockets
and a full-featured regular expression library. This is embedded into
a general-purpose programming language with real data types,
extensive, syntactically clean control constructs and "real" quoting

Scsh is also a full implementation of R4RS Scheme with some
non-standard behavior (required for scripting). As a result, a wide
variety of existing Scheme code can be used.

The underlying Scheme implementation is a virtual machine for compact
byte code.

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SHA1: a1eaf0d0593e14914824898a0c3ec166429affd7
RMD160: f017c5a157cd1a3ad5daeaecba43ce84784c7e51
Filesize: 4265.077 KB

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