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The name Guile stands for GNU's Ubiquitous Intelligent Language for Extensions. It provides a Scheme interpreter conforming to the R4RS language specification. GNU Anubis uses Guile as its extension language.
This section describes how to write GNU Anubis actions in Scheme. It assumes that the reader is sufficiently familiar with the Scheme language. For information about the language, refer to (r4rs)Top section `Top' in Revised(4) Report on the Algorithmic Language Scheme. For more information about Guile, See (guile)Top section `Overview' in The Guile Reference Manual.
|5.7.1 Defining Guile Actions|
|5.7.2 Invoking Guile Actions|
Predefined Guile Actions
|5.7.3 Support for ROT-13|
|5.7.4 Remailers Type-I|
|5.7.5 Entire Message Filters|
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