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AspectL is a library that provides aspect-oriented extensions for Common Lisp / CLOS.
CL-PREVALENCE is a proof of concept implementation of the Object Prevalence object persistence concept by Klaus Wuestefeld. It comes with both a sexp-based and and an XML serialization protocol.
a Common Lisp library that implements a client interface to the Amazon S3 Web Service
cl-store is an asdf-installable portable library for serializing and deserializing Common Lisp objects to and from streams. It currently runs on SBCL, CMUCL, CLISP, ACL, OpenMCL and Lispworks.
An implementation of the OMG CORBA 2 specification for distributed computing, with the goal of supporting CORBA 2.6 and comply with the Lisp mappings defined by OMG. It currently supports DII, DSI, th...
A dataflow, constraint-management extension to CLOS. It allows the creation of classes whose instances "have slots whose values are determined by a formula", like cells in a spreadsheet. Arbitrary Com...
Closer to MOP
Closer to MOP is a compatibility layer that rectifies many of the absent or incorrect MOP features as detected by MOP Feature Tests in a growing number of Common Lisp implementations.
Common Lisp Reasoner
Provides tightly-integrated knowledge representation, reasoning and search capabilities, with vanilla XML and RDF/XML interfaces, built around a portable extension of CLOS.
ContextL is a CLOS extension for Context-oriented Programming.
Design by Contract
An implementation for CLOS of the Design by Contract method of software engineering, developed by Bertrand Meyer for the Eiffel programming language.
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.
MOP Feature Tests
This package provides a test suites for checking what CLOS MOP features a Common Lisp implementation supports.
Objective-CL is a free CL/Objective-C bridge that is portable not only across Lisp implementations but also across operating systems. It strives to achieve full GNUstep and Cocoa compatibility includ...
SAVE-OBJECT is a recursive function which writes an ASCII representation
of a LISP object to a designated file.
Sheeple is a delegative prototype-based object system inspired by CLOS.
It is designed with the purpose of providing the goodies of CLOS programming, but in an object-based environment.
As such, it ...
Snarf is a simple prototype-style OO language for common lisp. It uses a call syntax rather than a CLOS-style general function syntax. Snarf is so small that the entire language (about 400 lines) is ...
A set of portable extensions for bindings, CLOS-compatible message passing, easier manipulation of functions, continuations and cooperative multitasking.
CL-Famix is a model extractor, that extract FAMIX-Lisp complaint models from Lisp systems.
Common Lisp OLE Library like Ruby's win32ole.
A library that implements computed classes. "An instance of computed-class is a class meta object which supports per instance lazy computation of CLOS object slot values".
defclass* and defcondition* that automatically generates accessors other things that are schematic for most defclass declarations.
A toolkit for specifying how to make copies of CLOS objects.
A portable object persistency library with support for persistent basic Lisp data types, parallel transactions, schema evolution, and more.