It's the "old" scheme-mode. It works quite well with MIT-Scheme, but I
don't think it is much used with other schemes, although I use it
occasionally. It's a bit more resilient than geiser.
My own 5 cents are the following: I found it to be super convenient to
use scheme with emacs org-mode's "shell" blocks with :shebang
"#!/usr/bin/chibi-scheme". You are not getting syntax highlighting
unfortunately, but there is a trick to go around it:
You make two org blocks, one a #+begin_src scheme :exports code , for
your scheme code, and the other one #+begin_src shell :shebang
"#!/usr/bin/chibi-scheme" :exports code output
An they you tangle the first one as the body of the second as a noweb
This way it becomes a bit more convenient. You can still use
scheme-complete _and_ geiser in the C-c ' buffers generated by
org-mode, and you can rerun your computation doing little tune-ups
right from the org buffer. And what's even better, it supports the
:stdin header argument as stdin redirection, which geiser doesn't
support at all, and scheme-mode supports in a weird way.
Hope this helps.
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Yours sincerely, Vladimir Nikishkin