Sam Tobin-Hochstadt Packages referencing Sam Tobin-Hochstadt's Repositories


disassemble
Disassembler for JIT-compiled functions.
Latest release - Published - 40 stars
bcrypt
A Racket interface to the bcrypt key derivation function.
Latest release - Published - 7 stars
fancy-app
Scala-style anonymous functions
Latest release - Published - 24 stars
xlang
A minimal combinator language, created for PLT Game #1
Latest release - Published - 2 stars
semilit
Semi-literate programming for any Racket language
Latest release - Published - 7 stars
persistent-array
A semi-persistent array
Latest release - Published - 4 stars
lang-slide
A picture showing all the languages used to implement Racket.
Latest release - Published - 2 stars
javascript
An implementation of JavaScript
Latest release - Published - 2 stars
github
Github Bindings
Latest release - Published - 4 stars
git-slice
For slicing git repositories into pieces
Latest release - Published - 17 stars
gcstats
Print summary GC statistics after running a program.
Latest release - Published - 7 stars
split-by
The `split-by` function from Mathematica
Latest release - Published - 1 stars
raco-macro-step
Run the macro stepper from the command line
Latest release - Published - 2 stars
raco-bug
Submit bug reports
Latest release - Published
persistent-union-find
A persistent implementation of the union-find data structure
Latest release - Published - 1 stars
mmap
Wrapper for the system mmap() function
Latest release - Published - 2 stars
match-count
Instrumented match
Latest release - Published
in-new-directory
Run things in new directories
Latest release - Published
find-parent-dir
Find parent directories matching a criterion.
Latest release - Published - 1 stars
abnf
Attributed BNFs for Scribble
Latest release - Published - 1 stars
parameter
Parameter utilities
Latest release - Published
egal
Henry Baker's egal
Latest release - Published

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