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ABLE - A Basic Lisp Editor
ABLE is an open source Common Lisp editor for Mac, Linux and Windows. ABLE's features include a listener with command history, syntax colouring, symbol completion, jump to definition, parenthesis mat...
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.
Dandelion is a plugin for Eclipse that supports Lisp programming in the Eclipse platform.
Defining new `colon commands'
A library for defining new REPL "colon commands" (e.g. ":command") for the LispWorks IDE.
An integrated Common Lisp development environment written in C++ with a GTK+ 2 front end. It provides a text editor and a Lisp listener based on GNU CLISP.
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.
Limp's goal is to provide a compelling alternative to Slime for Vim.
Lisp Development Tools
A Common Lisp Integrated Development Environment plugin for the Java-based Eclipse development platform.
LispIDE is a basic graphical shell for several Lisp implementations available for Windows.