Here is a partial list of software I've hacked on or maintain. Most of it's available on the net. If you're interested in any of the others, let me know.
Scheme 48, a portable implementation of Scheme
I'm the current maintainer of the system.
This is a large implementation of a Scheme-derived language . I've
pestered the maintainers with bug reports and provided a few minor
patches. I also maintain the
with teaching-language-related code, a set of language levels
for our book.
The Essence parser generator for Scheme
This is a SLR(k) and LR(k) parser generator for Scheme, implemented using advanced partial evaluation technology.
Peter Thiemann's PGG program generator generator
This is a sophisticated offline partial evaluation system. I've implemented some parts of the user environment, and hacked on some others.
XEmacs, the next generation of Emacs
I've written a few thousand lines of code for XEmacs.
EFS, an Emacs package for transparent access to ftp sites
I seem to be stuck with maintaining this baby. Since taking over, I've mainly ported the thing to XEmacs 20, and fixed a gazillion bugs.
Dired, an Emacs mode for editing directory trees, both local and remote, similar to traditional file managers.
Just as with EFS, I am the current maintainer. I have written the XEmacs port, the XEmacs user interface for it, added a bunch of features and fixed many bugs
This is a modified version of the ASM Java bytecode manipulation framework that can automatically and transparently split methods that are too large for the JVM (>64k). It was developed for the implementation of the Star programming language.
Frank McCabe's multi-paradigm language runs on the JVM and combines many great concepts such as functional programming languages, speech acts, Concurrent ML, and more. I contributed to its design and implementation.
The Reacl ClojureScript library for building user interfaces
This is a ClojureScript wrapper around Facebook's React framework, with an emphasis on immutable data.
The Lula system for theater lighting control
This is a sophisticated package for theater lighting design and control.
scsh, the Scheme Shell
This is a variant of Scheme 48 intended for systems programming. I seem to be one of the maintainers, starting with version 0.6.
The SU Net package for scsh
This is a collection of libraries for common internet protocols for the scsh Scheme Shell.
This is a LaTeX2e class I wrote for formatting papers in ACM SIGPLAN
proceedings at the request of Simon Peyton Jones for ICFP 2002. Unlike the
terrible-looking styles on the SIGPLAN page,
sigplan-proc.cls conforms to the ACM
Guidelines and is fully LaTeX2e-compliant.