LispPad

LispPad for PC and Mac

Written by Matthias Zenger


  • Category: Developer Tools
  • Release date: 2022-12-23
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 1.7.2
  • File size: 16.72 MB
  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and Mac OS 10, 11 10.13
  • How it works | What is LispPad?


Whatʹs Great

1. • A text editor for writing Scheme code, supporting syntax highlighting, smart indentation, parenthesis matching, text completion, page guides, etc.

2. A number of standard Scheme libraries are built into LispPad to facilitate porting existing Scheme code.

3. LispPad is a simple, lightweight, integrated development environment for developing and running Scheme code.

4. The language supported by LispPad is based on the R7RS standard of the Scheme programming language.

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LispPad Features and Description


Key Features

Latest Version: 1.7.2

  • Licence: Free


  • What does LispPad do? LispPad is a simple, lightweight, integrated development environment for developing and running Scheme code on PC and iOS. The language supported by LispPad is based on the R7RS standard of the Scheme programming language. LispPad provides the following components: • A fully integrated Scheme interpreter • A console with a read-eval-print loop to interact with the interpreter • A text editor for writing Scheme code, supporting syntax highlighting, smart indentation, parenthesis matching, text completion, page guides, etc. The Scheme dialect supported by LispPad provides the following features: • R7RS-compliant libraries • Hygienic macros based on syntax-rules • First-class environments • call/cc, dynamic-wind and exceptions • Dynamically-scoped parameters • Multiple return values • Delayed execution via promises and streams • Support for the full numerical tower consisting of arbitrary size integers, rationals, real numbers, and inexact complex numbers. • Unicode strings and characters • Vectors and bytevectors • Text and binary ports • R7RS-compliant records • R6RS-compliant hashtables • R6RS-compliant enumerations • All R7RS libraries LispPad focuses on simplicity and ease of use. A number of standard Scheme libraries are built into LispPad to facilitate porting existing Scheme code. LispPad is able to sync code with LispPad Go on iOS via iCloud.

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    Software Installation Requirements


    PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

    Compactible OS list:
    1. Windows 11
    2. Windows 10
    3. Windows 8.1
    4. Windows 7
    5. Windows Vista

    Requirements for MacOS Installation

    Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

    Compactible OS list:
    1. OS X 10.10: Yosemite
    2. OS X 10.11: El Capitan
    3. macOS 10.12: Sierra
    4. macOS 10.13: High Sierra
    5. macOS 10.14: Mojave8
    6. macOS 10.15: Catalina
    7. macOS Big Sur (macOS 11)

    FAQs


    LispPad - Is it safe to download?

    Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

    Software Reviews and Critisims


    • By nsardo
      5

      A Nice Initial Offering. My thanks to Mr. Zenger!

      It has a few rough edges, but is very useable from my initial playing with it. It opens to a REPL titled, “Untitled”. If you want to code a file, it opens the editor titled, “Untitled 2”. This may be a little confusing for some. If you write code into the editor, and then click run on the editor, it will output in the REPL. It might make more sense to title the repl after the current file one is editing to make the connection more obvious. Also, the help file just opens to a page of some screen shots. When preferences are changed for the editor, they don’t show up on the current editor, but rather show up with the next new editor opened. It might be more Windows-like to have the preferences affectt the open editor. These are in NO way complaints. The fact Mr. Zenger offered this for free should absolutely not be a case for looking a “gift horse in the mouth”. Too many write crappy reviews if free software doesn’t do what they think it should. It’s free folks. A gift. If there is something not working, or you want a feature, contact the author about it. Don’t leave a crappy review. That helps no one, and wreaks of an entitled attitude. If they are charging money for it, that’s a whole differen’t thing! If you want a nice, basic app to play with Scheme, or write small programs, this is a nice alternative to the bloat of a more developed ide and/or system.


    • By nsardo
      5

      A Nice Initial Offering. My thanks to Mr. Zenger!

      It has a few rough edges, but is very useable from my initial playing with it. It opens to a REPL titled, “Untitled”. If you want to code a file, it opens the editor titled, “Untitled 2”. This may be a little confusing for some. If you write code into the editor, and then click run on the editor, it will output in the REPL. It might make more sense to title the repl after the current file one is editing to make the connection more obvious. Also, the help file just opens to a page of some screen shots. When preferences are changed for the editor, they don’t show up on the current editor, but rather show up with the next new editor opened. It might be more Windows-like to have the preferences affectt the open editor. These are in NO way complaints. The fact Mr. Zenger offered this for free should absolutely not be a case for looking a “gift horse in the mouth”. Too many write crappy reviews if free software doesn’t do what they think it should. It’s free folks. A gift. If there is something not working, or you want a feature, contact the author about it. Don’t leave a crappy review. That helps no one, and wreaks of an entitled attitude. If they are charging money for it, that’s a whole differen’t thing! If you want a nice, basic app to play with Scheme, or write small programs, this is a nice alternative to the bloat of a more developed ide and/or system.


    • By nsardo
      5

      A Nice Initial Offering. My thanks to Mr. Zenger!

      It has a few rough edges, but is very useable from my initial playing with it. It opens to a REPL titled, “Untitled”. If you want to code a file, it opens the editor titled, “Untitled 2”. This may be a little confusing for some. If you write code into the editor, and then click run on the editor, it will output in the REPL. It might make more sense to title the repl after the current file one is editing to make the connection more obvious. Also, the help file just opens to a page of some screen shots. When preferences are changed for the editor, they don’t show up on the current editor, but rather show up with the next new editor opened. It might be more Windows-like to have the preferences affectt the open editor. These are in NO way complaints. The fact Mr. Zenger offered this for free should absolutely not be a case for looking a “gift horse in the mouth”. Too many write crappy reviews if free software doesn’t do what they think it should. It’s free folks. A gift. If there is something not working, or you want a feature, contact the author about it. Don’t leave a crappy review. That helps no one, and wreaks of an entitled attitude. If they are charging money for it, that’s a whole differen’t thing! If you want a nice, basic app to play with Scheme, or write small programs, this is a nice alternative to the bloat of a more developed ide and/or system.


    • By nsardo
      5

      A Nice Initial Offering. My thanks to Mr. Zenger!

      It has a few rough edges, but is very useable from my initial playing with it. It opens to a REPL titled, “Untitled”. If you want to code a file, it opens the editor titled, “Untitled 2”. This may be a little confusing for some. If you write code into the editor, and then click run on the editor, it will output in the REPL. It might make more sense to title the repl after the current file one is editing to make the connection more obvious. Also, the help file just opens to a page of some screen shots. When preferences are changed for the editor, they don’t show up on the current editor, but rather show up with the next new editor opened. It might be more Windows-like to have the preferences affectt the open editor. These are in NO way complaints. The fact Mr. Zenger offered this for free should absolutely not be a case for looking a “gift horse in the mouth”. Too many write crappy reviews if free software doesn’t do what they think it should. It’s free folks. A gift. If there is something not working, or you want a feature, contact the author about it. Don’t leave a crappy review. That helps no one, and wreaks of an entitled attitude. If they are charging money for it, that’s a whole differen’t thing! If you want a nice, basic app to play with Scheme, or write small programs, this is a nice alternative to the bloat of a more developed ide and/or system.


    • By nsardo
      5

      A Nice Initial Offering. My thanks to Mr. Zenger!

      It has a few rough edges, but is very useable from my initial playing with it. It opens to a REPL titled, “Untitled”. If you want to code a file, it opens the editor titled, “Untitled 2”. This may be a little confusing for some. If you write code into the editor, and then click run on the editor, it will output in the REPL. It might make more sense to title the repl after the current file one is editing to make the connection more obvious. Also, the help file just opens to a page of some screen shots. When preferences are changed for the editor, they don’t show up on the current editor, but rather show up with the next new editor opened. It might be more Windows-like to have the preferences affectt the open editor. These are in NO way complaints. The fact Mr. Zenger offered this for free should absolutely not be a case for looking a “gift horse in the mouth”. Too many write crappy reviews if free software doesn’t do what they think it should. It’s free folks. A gift. If there is something not working, or you want a feature, contact the author about it. Don’t leave a crappy review. That helps no one, and wreaks of an entitled attitude. If they are charging money for it, that’s a whole differen’t thing! If you want a nice, basic app to play with Scheme, or write small programs, this is a nice alternative to the bloat of a more developed ide and/or system.


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