During some spare time in last month, instead putting some efforts in EDE, I played a bit with some scheme implementations, notably Gauche and Clojure (ok, ok, Clojure is not scheme, just don't yell :P).
I will omit Clojure here since there is a lot of buzz about
it over the net currently (which is good), and even a book is
comming soon. Yes, it deserves all that buzz :)
Gauche is, on other hand, pure scheme aiming for scripting
stuff and if you are interested, for embedding too. Important
thing, at least for me, is a fast startup (a thing where Guile
sucks badly) and ready network-xml-opengl-clos-etc libraries. Also,
you don't have to wait eternity to compile it (like
Curious thing is that Gauche author merge in it experience
Final Fantasy movie (yep,
there was a lot of scheme code in that movie), and he nicely put
all of it in
some of his essays
(reading advised, even if you don't like scheme language).
Since this is not a review but mostly a few words finding
excuses for recent little bit rare commits in
module, I will end here. I'll have to play with Gauche more for a
final impressions :).