>There is no official document for TinyScheme. The closest thing to it is the 
>official R4RS or R5RS Scheme standard.

>The R5RS document can be found at:

>Not all features documented are supported by TinyScheme but its a good 
>starting point to see the language syntax or some of the features supported. 
>If other Scheme interpreters have many different definitions for things like 
>string parsing they may not be following the Scheme standard, may be using 
>custom sets of Scheme code, or be using some features from R6RS, or 
>functions from the Scheme SRFI's.

Isn't it about time that an "official" document was written for Tiny-Fu? at 
least documenting which features are supported and where differences exist 
between Tiny-Fu and R5RS. 

I see it is on your To Do list: http://www.ve3syb.ca/software/tiny-fu/index.html

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