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Massively multiplayer online game server and client framework
Knowledge-Base system developed by Scott Fahlman's research group at Carnegie Mellon University, Language Technologies Institute. (SourceForge distribution site under construction.)
Social Gnome is a peer to peer social networking utility designed to mimic and expand on the functionality of the OLPC project sugar system. Included will be file and app transfer, social tools similar to social networking sites.
Open Source Software provided by the cornered chicken. The first part of this software is a Common Lisp Plugin for Eclipse, other stuff will follow.
A portable and retargetable lexer/parser generator.
The TUM personal robotics package is a collection of libraries that aims to offer methods for personal robotic assistants to operate successfully in indoor environments.
I would like to have an emulator that acts like a PC in my PC that is capable of 16bit processing. I would like it to be able to emulate slower processor speeds. It would also be nice if it could use a LAN connection to mimic a modem connection.
YLEM (pronounced 'EYE-lum') stands for the YLEM Lisp Environment for Music. It is an object-oriented, constraint-based music composition system written in Common Lisp.
A DNS name for my products ( http://meansofproduction.biz ). The first subproject ("WFL/VS") to be posted here c.2008-11-01. In the database §, "Other API": our C CLI which operates over JDBC, ODBC, DBI/DBD, etc. Native support for the named RDBMSes
au3-mode is the Emacs Major Mode for AutoIt version 3 language files
CapLisp is a capability security layer for Common Lisp that provides various facilities for secure, distributed computing.
CL-BF - Brainf**k interpreter, virtual machine and code generator written in Common Lisp.
A small Common Lisp library for parsing RSS/Atom feeds.
date - Format a local time/date
String matching algorithms implementation for Lisp
Common Lisp API for Ubietylabs Ubigraph visualization package.
cl-AMMS stands for Common Lisp Advanced Math Modeling System. It's not clear by now what it really means. It could, at least, help you with math modeling. See AIMMS, for insights. It's just a begin...a brain storm. More to come, stay tunned.
A fork of CLG project (Common Lisp bindings to GTK+ v2.x)
Common Lisp MVC web framework
An educational project to create a compiler collection for a couple of programming languages using Common Lisp as an implementation language.
Project of free, minimalistic, keyboard-oriented desktop environment, called Deep Space Style
Enterprise Lisp Standard Library aggregates existing asdf packages into a coherent whole. Targets SBCL (Unix) and CLISP (Windows)
ESCAD stands for Extendable Symbolic Computer Aided Description. It means to describe anything you want with symbols and relationships!