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The bknr datastore is a persistence system based on transaction logging. Similar to Java Prevalence, it logs all changes to the persistent data to a transaction log file on disk. Snapshots can be wr...
An implementation of the SOAP protocol for exchanging XML-based messages over HTTP, which is the foundation for web services. CL-SOAP is ultimately planned to support the full SOAP 1.1 specification u...
A WBXML parser for Common Lisp.
An XML parser (and more) for Common Lisp.
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...
CLHP (the Common Lisp Hypertext Preprocessor) allows, like PHP, to embed Lisp code into a valid XML or HTML document using XML processing instructions. "The CLHP parser is integrated into the Apache w...
An XML parser written in Common Lisp.
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.
A simple XML parser featuring an efficient and purely functional implementation, support for different DOM models and XML namespaces, and access to the underlying Lisp implementation's character sets.
An implementation of the XML-RPC standard. XML-RPC is a language independent, cross-platform protocol for performing remote procedure calls over an HTTP transport with XML encoding.
Wilbur Semantic Web Toolkit for CLOS
A CLOS toolkit for programming Semantic Web applications that use RDF, XML and/or DAML+OIL. It was developed by the Agent Technology group of Nokia Research Center. Wilbur provides parsers for RDF, DA...
A small, simple, non-validating XML parser. It provides mappings from XML to s-exps and back. XMLS is self-contained, embeddable and thread-safe, and comes with support for XML namespaces.
XMLisp integrates Lisp with XML by providing a simple and efficient mapping between CLOS objects and XML. It allows the arbitrary combination of Lisp expressions and XML elements, and the evaluation o...
A blog engine much like cl-blog.
Cl-semantic (A collection of RDF/OWL extraction and relationship parsing macros) is "a collection of macros for extracting and generating relationships between information using ontologies for the Sem...
A client implementation of XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol), which is the set of core protocols created by the Jabber messaging system.
A library for encoding and decoding (HTML/SGML/XML) entities in Common Lisp.
A client library for the Jabber instant messaging system and its XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol) protocol set.
A library for transforming XML data into calls to Lisp-functions or macros. It can be used for analyzing and trasforming XML data, building HTML templating engines, or providing alternate Lisp syntaxe...
A portable version of Franz's xmlutils, including a XML and HTML parser.
(development on the xml parser in pxmlutils has stopped, use Miles Egan's xmls parser instead)
Library for getting news headlines from Slashdot and other "backslash" systems such as NewsForge.
A library for generating indented XML. Although it can emit any kind of XML, it comes with a built-in RSS 2.0 emitter.
Franz's open source XML/HTML parsers.
Yaclml is a collection of macros and utilities for generating XML/HTML-like markup. It can generate HTML from both Lisp code and designer templates.