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Software written in Chicken Scheme
This page has a list of applications that are based on Chicken.
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- an IRC bot which runs on Freenode's #scheme
- another IRC bot, this one runs in Chicken's official channel (#chicken on Freenode)
- A source code manager by Kirill Lisovsky.
- Alex Shinn's Mail Transfer Agent.
- Modal Web Server Example
- Chris Double has written a demonstration for a continuation based web framework using Chicken.
- The wiki software behind this wiki (running on Spiffy the webserver).
- A 3d game engine for rapid development and prototyping.
- Iron Chicken
- a Chicken-based bot framework for Wikipedia and other wikis that use the MediaWiki software. More generally, a project to make Chicken Scheme into a query language for MediaWiki. To put it another way, a project to harness the power of the collaborative wiki environment as a software development platform.
- A simple cross-platform metal price monitor combining the qt-light, tcp and srfi-18 multi-threading eggs. The application is deployed as a native executable with Chicken's compiler.
- An awful pasting application. That's the software running at http://paste.call-cc.org
- Chicken Playground
- a chrooted environment for Chicken
Projects that include bindings for Chicken
- An industrial strength native XML database for Windows (written in C++), which offers Scheme bindings, released by The Institute of System Programming of the Russian Academy of Science.
- Xpilot-AI bindings for Chicken
- Xpilot-AI is library for writing xpilot bots
- a Scheme source-level debugger for Chicken
- A suite of OpenGL based eggs and APIs.
- Functional fuzzing in Chicken scheme
- Sven Hartrumpf ported the SCOP networking library by David Ingram to C and also implemented bindings to Chicken and Bigloo.
- A wiki application that stores content in a Subversion repository. Developed and maintained by Alejandro Forero Cuervo and other contributors. The previous incarnation of this wiki ran on svnwiki.
- Support to the SCons build-tool
- Pupeno added Chicken support to the SCons build-tool.
- The XML-RPC tool for Unix
- Ed Watkeys wrote a handy tool for performing XML-RPC calls from the command-line.
- Bindings to Chromium
- Daniel Faken created scripting bindings to chromium.
- A replacement for traditional SysV init; written in C with scripting in chicken scheme.
- low bandwidth, location-aware communication
- a Graphical, Realtime Algorithmic Composition Environment.
- Chicken LiveCD
- a LiveCD with Chicken and eggs ready to use