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3D Lisp Mazes
A program for solving and displaying 3D mazes. It is based on QuickDraw 3D.
A tool for testing ASDF-INSTALLable Common Lisp software. It works by downloading packages, installing them and reporting any problems.
A programmable rich text editor for fiction and technical document authors. It is a MacOS X Cocoa application with an Aqua user interface. Alpaca shares many characteristics with Emacs, but has a diff...
A tool for checking properties of term rewrite systems, particularly call-by-need properties. It also comes with a CLIM-based GUI.
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.
Bosco is a framework for building MacOS X applications with OpenMCL, with all the features of native MacOS X applications. It supports both Cocoa and Carbon.
CL-FLTK (FLTK bindings for Common Lips) is a CFFI-based interface to the FLTK (Fast Light Toolkit) C++ GUI toolkit.
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 portable, CFFI-based Common Lisp/ObjectiveC bridge for developing MacOS X Cocoa applications.
A set of CFFI-based bindings to the ODE (Open Dynamics Engine) C++ library for simulating rigid body dynamics.
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.
CLIM text style selection dialog
An implementation of a simple CLIM dialog box for interactively selecting a text style, i.e. a combination of font family, face and size. It demonstrates a way of creating modal dialogs that return va...
An extension to the Common Music composition environment for exporting musical data in ETF (Engima Transportable File) format, which can be read by popular commercial musical notation software.
CafeOBJ is an algebraic specification and programming language that is a successor of OBJ. In addition to OBJ features, it implements new paradigms such as rewriting logic, hidden algebra, and their c...
String processing library. It "handles matching using regular expressions, substitution, and splitting of strings in a thoroughly Lisp-like way".
Among its features are function objects for describin...
Clickr & Automatr
A set of Common Lisp bindings to the Flickr online photo album API (Clickr), and an application for automating Flickr tasks based on it (Automatr).
A Common Lisp development environment for MacOS X, with the goal of being "an IDE that is excellent both by traditional Lisp-programming standards and by current Mac OS X programming standards". It is...
Common Lisp Application Builder
An easy to install Lisp distribution with a coordinated set of libraries for creating standalone, standard GUI applications.
Common Music (CM) is an object-oriented music composition environment. It produces sound by transforming a high-level representation of musical structure into a variety of control protocols for sound ...
Cusp, a Lisp plugin for Eclipse
A Common Lisp development environment built on top of the Java-based Eclipse development platform. It uses the SLIME Swank backend for interacting with the SBCL Lisp implementation.
Elephant is a persistent object store that can work with either BerkeleyDB or relational databases as a back-end.
Erann's Lisp utilities
A small set of Common Lisp utilities for string and symbol operations, CLOS, mapping, flow control, anaphoric macros, and more.
FTD - The Flexi-Trivial Dired
A Dired-style file manager with a [Mc]CLIM-based GUI.
Implementation of the trade game Hansa by economist David D. Friedman. It is similar to games like Empire and Risk, which have the goal of world domination. The system has a client/server architecture...
A collection of enhancements to the LispWorks IDE. Most of them are intended to make the IDE's behavior more similar to SLIME and GNU Emacs.
A program for generating a permuted index of the LispWorks IDE documentation.
A Common Lisp language extension for adding first-class lexical environments, a.k.a. "lexicons".
LiCE (Lisp Computing Environment) is a text editor that is a clone of GNU Emacs.
A collection of reusable user interface widgets for the CAPI portable GUI toolkit of LispWorks. It currently includes a date picker and a time picker.
Advanced computer algebra system that is a descendant of DOE Macsyma, whose origins date back to the late 1960s at MIT. Macsyma was revolutionary in its day, and many later systems, such as Maple and ...
An implementation of the Common Lisp Interface Manager (CLIM) user interface management system. It is distributed under the GNU LGPL license.
Although infrequent stable release are available for downl...
A full text search engine. It is a port of the Ferret search engine in Ruby, which is in turn a port of the Lucene Java engine.
NIO is a nonblocking I/O system, which allows faster serving of web pages and more.
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...
A collection of utilities for OpenMCL. It provides a remote read-eval-print-loop server, and a tool called LispDoc for automatically extracting HTML documentation from Lisp source code. LispDoc also w...
Osicat is a lightweigh operating system interface for POSIX-like systems. It provides facilities for directory walking, access to environment variables, symbolic links, file permissions and identifica...
An implicit geometric surface polygonizer. It computes the surface of a function and graphically displays the output.
Lisp file for accessing Terminfo databases.
Weblocks is an advanced web framework designed to make Agile web application development as effective and simple as possible.
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...
An FFI bindings generator for C libraries. It automatically generates foreign function interface definitions for UFFI (CFFI is also planned) by parsing C header files.
A set of ASDF extensions for working with the Gigamonkeys Markup text formatting language.
A collection of miscellaneous utilities for string manipulation, filesystem access, unit testing, array processing, operations on sequences, and more.
Interface to the libcurl multiprotocol file transfer library.
"A set of bindings and utilites for accessing the OpenGL, GLU and GLUT APIs using CFFI".
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 musical composition tool with a Common Lisp based language. It allows the construction and management of musical structures.
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".
An UFFI-based generator of Common Lisp FFI bindings to the FFTW (Fastest Fourier Transform in the West) C library.
A set of UFFI-based Common Lisp bindings to the FreeType TrueType font management C library.
An automatic Common Lisp FFI bindings generator from C or C++ source code.
A fork of the Gigamonkeys Markup typesetting language.
A set of utilities for formatting s-expression based text markup source documents.
A set of UFFI-based Common Lisp bindings to the LibTIFF image manipulation C library.
A simple library for performing client HTTP/HTTPS operations (GET and POST) over a socket interface. It is a fork of Trivial-HTTP.
Trivial-https has been superseeded by Drakma.
The project wants to provide a portable TCP/IP and UDP socket interface for as many Common Lisp implementations as possible, while keeping the abstraction and portability layer as thin as possible.