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Tiny​Scheme Auto-Complete

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A Sublime Text Auto-Complete plugin for TinyScheme (a dialect of Scheme programming language).

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Linux 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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TinyScheme Auto-Complete for Sublime Text

This auto-complete plugin covers Procedures and other constructs available in TinyScheme programming language. Most procedures are available as One-Liners. However, some procedures do have Block-Form variant available as well. It is upto you, which variant you pick; the API imposes no restrictions. Completion tags have been set up with consistency and ease-of-use in mind. Simply type some letters of a procedure and press Enter. The full procedure name, together with parentheses and arguments (if any) shall appear at cursor location.

One-Liner Examples

Text Entered Result
lam (lambda (args) expression)
def (define (proc) expression)
let (let ((variable)) expression)
if (if test expression_true expression_false)
ve (vector element_a element_b element_n)
veq (vector? vector)
ves (vector-set! vector index value)
vet (vector->list vector)
oif (open-input-file path_string)
nts (number->string number)
ste (string=? string_a string_b)
sts (string-set! variable index char)
me (member element list)
pl (+ number_a number_b)
expt (expt number_base number_exponent)
max (max number_a number_b number_n)
cons (cons element list)
apn (append list_a list_b)
nlq (null? list)
zq (zero? number)

Block-Form Examples

dflb

(define proc
  (lambda (args)
    expressions
  )
)

dfb

(define (proc)
  expressions
)

letb

(let
  (
    (variable)
  )
    expressions
)

ifbb

(if test
  (begin
    expressions_true
  )
  (begin
    expressions_false
  )
)

foeb

(for-each
  proc
  list
)

Tips

  • You need to type only a few letters of a procedure's name. Observe the patterns used in examples.
  • In the Auto-Complete popup, you'll come across several entries with embedded _ character. Please note that the _ character has been added only for better readability. You don't need to type this character.
  • All Block-Form tags have a block suffix attached. It is intended to help you identify which items have Block-Form variant available.
  • Scheme comes with several predicate procedures. Tags for these procedures have a Q suffix attached. Again, it's been done for easy identification and quick access.
  • You could use Tab and Shift+Tab to cycle forward and backward through arguments.
  • If you accidentally invoke an undesirable completion, performing a simple Undo ctrl + z might be a better fix, rather than manually deleting the unwanted bits.

Installation _ via Sublime Package Control

  • Open command palette by using the menu command: ToolsCommand Palette
  • Select: Package Control: Install Package
  • Search for the package name: TinyScheme Auto-Complete and press Enter
  • After installation completes, you could start using this plugin straight away; no restart required.

Installation _ Manually

  • Download the plugin (or clone this repository).
  • After extraction, copy tinyscheme_autocomplete folder to Sublime Text's Packages folder.
  • You can locate this folder from Sublime Text by using the menu command: PreferencesBrowse Packages.
  • You could start using this plugin straight away; no restart required.

Notes

  • The data is based upon TinyScheme 1.41.
  • Most dialects of Scheme strive to be at least R5RS compliant; TinyScheme is no exception. This means coders/users from other dialects of Scheme (Chez, Racket, etc) could also consider using this plugin in their projects.
  • This plugin is released under … GNU General Public License (v3).

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