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All Libraries for Concurrency (12 items)

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A compatibility layer for the APIs provided by the Allegro CL Common Lisp implementation by Franz, Inc. It provides interfaces for multiprocessing, networking, and more.

Bordeaux Threads
Bordeaux Threads (Portable shared-state concurrency for Common Lisp) is an implementation of a portable multi-threading library based on the BORDEAUX-MP specification by Daniel Barlow.

CL-MUPROC - Erlang-inspired multiprocessing in Common Lisp
A library that implements some of the message-passing multiprocessing abstractions provided by the Erland programming language.

A Common Lisp extension "to support composable Software Transactional Memory". Programming with CL-STM is based on atomic transactions, which can be composed to make larger atomic transactions. Transa...

ChanL is a portable library for easy thread-based synchronous concurrency.

Core Server
Continuations + Parser Combinators + Generic Streams + Javascript Generator + HTML generator/parser + several RFC implementations + Unified client/server javascript components + Indivisible working UN...

Eager Future
Eager Future is a Common Lisp library for concurrent programming with composable, eager futures.

Erlisp is "a high-level Common Lisp framework for parallel and distributed programming". It is an attempt to bring to Common Lisp the Erlang approach to concurrency.

Implementation of result-oriented parallelism.

A set of portable extensions for bindings, CLOS-compatible message passing, easier manipulation of functions, continuations and cooperative multitasking.

A highly scalable and fault-tolerant Poker server based on Allegro Common Lisp and AllegroCache.

Written by Roger Peppe, csp supports (``communicating sequential processes'') in Lisp.