There is at least one SRFI for a unit test library. Is that sufficient as "support for TDD"?
https://srfi.schemers.org/srfi-64/srfi-64.html On 9/11/19 10:53 PM, Viet Le wrote: > Thanks for your recommendation. May I ask if Scheme has support for > TDD or are there any TDD libraries/frameworks in Scheme? A quick > online search didn’t show desired results. I found only TDD for Clojure. > > Thanks, > Viet > > On Tue, 10 Sep 2019 at 22:24, Zelphir Kaltstahl > <zelphirkaltst...@posteo.de <mailto:zelphirkaltst...@posteo.de>> wrote: > > I would like to add "The Little Schemer" to the list of good books > suggested here. Damn did I get a lot out of that little book. It > starts > at the very beginning, but accelerates quickly. > > I would say I got more out of SICP than The Little Schemer, but > both are > phenomenal books in my opinion. SICP has many many pages and > covers many > topics. More than are treated in The Little Schemer, but the > content in > The Little Schemer is very enlightening as well, just like many things > in SICP were for me. In The Little Schemer I read multiple chapters > multiple times to get a better understanding and often was rewarded by > understanding it better and even better, when I later typed that code > into my machine and wrote comments for everything. I am far from > finished with SICP, but I had a lot of "Aha!" moments with it too. > Both > highly recommended books, but they might take also some time to get > through, if you have a job and not much time to spend on the books. > > Haven't read Practical Common Lisp. > > Realm of Racket was a little disappointing for me personally, as in my > version there was some code missing and thus some example did not work > (the procedure `decay` is missing in my book). I also did not buy > in to > the "Big bang" thingy that much. I would have preferred to write > something on top of a minimalistic 2D engine instead. In general > is it a > nice idea though, to get content across by writing small games. > > I still have PAIP (Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming) > here and am not sure how to sort it in. So far it has been good > content, > but I also have not progressed very far into it yet. I am > rewriting the > code in Scheme so far, when I try out the code of it. > > > -- > Kind regards, > Viet