[plt-scheme] windows script host interface

From: Joe Marshall (jrm at ccs.neu.edu)
Date: Mon Jul 14 09:31:16 EDT 2003

I've occasionally thought about doing this, but haven't had
the time.  The basic strategy is to implement the `active scripting'
interface, wire it up to scheme, and register it as a scripting

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Rohan Nicholls 
To: plt (E-mail) 
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2003 07:52
Subject: [plt-scheme] windows script host interface

I know that there is a scheme.net list now, but this is not something
they would be interested in. 

I am working at the moment on a windows machine, using asp (not .Net),
and am interested in using plt-scheme as a scripting language. 

I saw that it was on the development wishlist for plt, and emailed the
person linked to the item, but he, quite wisely, thought that maybe a
better direction of efforts was to be able to use plt with the .Net

As I have found myself in this situation, my interest has been
rekindled in a scripting interface for the windows platform, and I
have read a little about it on msdn, but I know nothing about how to
go about approaching the problem.

Has anyone done this, or started, or could give me some advice on how
to approach the problem?

Thanks in advance, for any help.

Rohan Nicholls

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