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A Forth CPU assembler
An assembler for a Forth-like CPU.
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 for testing ASDF-INSTALLable Common Lisp software. It works by downloading packages, installing them and reporting any problems.
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.
uniform frontend to running Common Lisp code from a unix shell
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...
CLDOC extracts documentation strings from Lisp source files and generates formatted documentation using an output driver, currently HTML.
CLOCC (Common Lisp Open Code Collection) is a large collection of free, portable, self-contained and ready to use libraries and software. It includes development tools, GUI toolkits, portability laye...
CLUnit is a anit test tool designed for environments "characterized by frequent interactive unit test runs". It has a purpose similar to RT, but is simpler to use and supports more powerful types of t...
A Common Lisp to C compiler, which translates a subset of Common Lisp + CLOS to a subset of C.
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...
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...
FReT (Framework for Regression Testing) is a testing framework inspired by Lift, CLOSUnit and JUnit, with an emphasis on interactivity.
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.
Higher Order CVS is a version control system similar to MetaCVS, with support for module versions.
Image Based Common Lisp
Modified versions of the COMMON-LISP package to track sources of functions and save them to an image.
MCPat stands for Meta-Circular Pattern Matcher, a simple pattern matcher that executes code by lists against patterns.
A compiler for a simple, Lisp-like language called "MINI". The tool generates code for an imaginary stack machine, and is intended For educational purposes.
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...
Portable Common Lisp profiling tool.
S-Dot: A Common Lisp Interface to Graphviz Dot
An implementation of a sexp-based syntax for the input language of the Dot graph drawing tool, which is part of the GraphViz suite.
SWIG (Simplified Wrapper and Interface Generator)
SWIG is a software development tool that connects programs and libraries written in C and C++ with a variety of high-level programming languages, including Common Lisp. It parses C/C++ header files a...
An unofficial Debian Linux APT repository of Common Lisp applications. It provides binary packages, currently only for x86 Debian, of free, end-user applications built with SBCL. Besides the binary pa...
Storable Functions implements transformations of functions (including closures) from and to CLOS instances of some specific classes. It contains a set of macros for making this transformation possible...
A tool for documenting Common Lisp source code. TINAA "is based on the idea that a system is made up of parts and subparts and sub-subparts", and is able to document them as long as it knows their str...
a set of enhancements to Lisp, including improved macros for iteration, formatted I/O, file management, and even backquoting
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.
A Bourne shell script that simplifies building an ASDF-INSTALL-able Common Lisp software package.
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 client, for the darcs version control system.
A Common Lisp interface to the MediaWiki API
cl-migrations is a port of the database migrations feature of Ruby on Rails to Common Lisp. cl-migrations is intended to provide a simple way to version-control your database changes.
An application for colorizing Common Lisp, Emacs Lisp, Scheme, C, C++ or Java source code.
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...
evol - entrenched virtues of lisp (love reversed) aims to be a compatible and full-fledged replacement for the GNU autotools stack targeted at coping with the autotools' shortcomings while not repeati...
Log5 is a Common Lisp logging framework organized around five things: categories, outputs, senders, messages and contexts.
Misrouted (A basic toolkit to analyse CheckPoint FW-1 and Cisco router and PIX configuations) parses router configuration files and makes the information accessible in a Lispy format.
An assembler for the Microchip Technology PIC microcontroller.
A Z80 assembler with sexp-based syntax.