IronScheme aims to be a R6RS conforming Scheme-like implementation based on the Microsoft DLR.
IronScheme implements over 99% of the R6RS specification and specified behavior.
Notice: Main repo for IronScheme. Codeplex/TFS will not be be maintained anymore.
You can download the latest build artefacts from the above link.
Note: Previous SVN mirror has been hosed due to Codeplex SVN not working anymore. You can find the last SVN version at https://gitlab.com/leppie/IronScheme. The history is identical.
- Open the
IronSchemeCore.slnfile in VS2008 or later
- Allow the project to be converted, if needed
- Set startup project as
- Set the solution profile to
Release(optional, but recommended)
Alternatively, the following can be done from the VS (any version 2008+) command prompt:
msbuild IronSchemeCore.sln /v:m /p:TargetFrameworkVersion=v2.0 /p:Configuration=Release
or using the
build.cmd batchfile in the IronScheme directory.
This solution will only build the essentials, basically no web projects. You can also adjust the framework to your liking. Tested with 2.0, 4.0, 4.5 on the Developer Command Prompt for VS2015.
After building, you can use NUnit to run
IronScheme.Tests.dll in the
IronScheme.Console bin folder.
There is also a batch file in the IronScheme directory called
test.cmd. You can pass the
/verbose to the batch file to see complete output in case of failures.
Make sure that
peverify is in your PATH. The test fixtures are designed to execute in a specfic order. The tests will not take less than 6 minutes to complete.
Please @leppie in your issues/PR's, else I will probably not know about it. I do not actively monitor Github. If I still dont answers, nag me on Twitter, also @leppie.
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- The CLR 4 debugger is rather slow. Recommended to stick to CLR 2 .NET versions.