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ASDF is Another System Definition Facility.
An ASDF extension that makes it possible to specify where compiled Lisp binaries should go.
ASDF-INSTALL is a tool for downloading and installing Lisp packages.
A tool to connect ASDF system definitions in a way that supports auto-loading of systems.
ASDlite is a light-weight version of ASDF, a popular build facility for Common Lisp.
This very small Common Lisp library provides a way to add initialization files
to ASDF systems. Every time ASDF loads <system>, one or several corresponding
<system>.lisp files are loaded automaticall...
CLAWS has switched to Haskell but the code repository still contains the Lisp files. Before the switch to Haskell CLAWS was the Common Lisp Application Web Server, a framework for developing web appl...
Software configuration management system. It is similar to autoconf and is intended to be used in component-based development.
Common Lisp Librarian
CL-Librarian aims to be a manager for Common Lisp libraries that is focused on libraries updated dynamically by version control systems and targetted at power users. It handles downloading such librar...
High-performance, open source AI blackboard-system framework based on the concepts that were explored and refined in the UMass Generic Blackboard system and the commercial GBB product.
MK:DEFSYSTEM is a system definition utility; it fills a similar role for CL Development as make(1) does for C. MK:DEFSYSTEM can be downloaded from the CLOCC and its current official version identifier...
A collection of ASDF utilities.
One of them is asdf-cache which is used for storing (caching) in a single directory tree all generated fasl files generated by different Lisp implementations.
For all ...
Asdf-ecs (Another System Definition Facility - Enhanced C Support) is an ASDF extension which simplifies the use of C files and shared libraries.
An extension of the ASDF system definition tool for using Lisp source files with a ".cl" extension, and putting FASL files in a separate directory.
A set of ASDF extensions for working with the Gigamonkeys Markup text formatting language.
A compatibility layer for system definition tools, which also provides a foundation for building higher level tools. It currently supports ASDF and the EKSL Generic Load Utilities, and will eventually...