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Emacs Xbase mode for editing (clipper, dbase, foxpro).1 weekly downloads
AHITK deigns to be a toolkit for building human-computer interfaces for use by blind and sighted users, alike.
ALF is an agent system that employs several advanced and risky ideas: Processes as Haskell functions as autonomous agents; Standard XML ontology import; Multilevel emergence; Soft modeling; Concept lattices; Metaphoric visualization.
Computational modelling is a interdisciplinary field spanning many techniques and programming languages. AgenTools is a project dedicated to establishing increased modularity in scientific computing packages and a portal linking to other existing project
A Common Lisp to Ardunio C++ cross compiler.
Berkeley Logo is an interpreter for the Logo programming language. It was originally written in C by Brian Harvey and his students. We are rewriting it to use the wxWidgets graphics library.
Blaise is a Lisp dialect (specification and compiler). It's a modern version of Lisp suited for Lisp beginners and modern project development.
Lisp caching system based on Python Beaker
Computer Adventure Game Editor and Environment, multi-platform engine and development system for cinematic, image, and panoramic interfaces, to be extended to 3-D geometric, oblique/orthographic, plan, elevation, etc.
cl-pcp is a collection of Common Lisp CFFI bindings for Pango, Cairo, and PixBuf from the GTK+ (Gimp Tool Kit) Project. This is meant as a lightweight, general solution for developing graphical/text based applications in Common Lisp.
Rudimentary Common Lisp support for Eclipse, including editor and top-level integration, with plans for more features down the road.
CLearJ is a clean Java-implementation of Common Lisp. The big goals are ANSI standard compliance, interoperability with Java and integration with scripting environments. This project is meant to be a sibling to CLearSharp, with sharing of implementation.
CLearSharp is a clean C#-implementation of Common Lisp. The big goals are ANSI standard compliance, interoperability with Java and integration with scripting environments. This project is meant to be a sibling to CLearJ, with sharing of implementation.
CLiCC generates C-executables from Common Lisp application programs.
Knowledge-based Agent with capabilities to reason, learn and become an expert in Mathematics.
User contributed libraries and examples for the Clojure programming language.
CommandWeb is a rapid web application development platform for the Lisp dialect L# designed to run on top of the .Net CLR and ASP.Net. Developers can add application code interactively to a running interpreter, eliminating development cycle time.
Common Lisp foreign function interface to the LDAP C library using UFFI.
We develop a free, complete, cross-platform TrueType font interpreter/renderer with antialiasing in ANSI Common Lisp.
We wish to develop a distribuated computing environment similar to seti@home. The project also aims at which various algorithms for various scientific computing projects and accordingly manipulates/alters the server /client side of the program.
Documents restoration program in Common Lisp. It's a test platform for documents restoration's research. RestorDoc uses McCLIM, the free CLIM implementation and modules (ie. algorithms) can be inserted interactively to the interface.
EJab is a client for the Jabber (www.jabber.org) open standards instant messaging system which is written in Emacs Lisp and runs inside Emacs.
eac - emacs auto complete plugin. engine-universal, easy extensible, has universal API. main aim: make intellectual _dynamic_ auto complete feature. project consists from C and elisp parts.
emacs-templates uses elisp and tempalte files to insert a template into the current buffer base on the file name or buffers mode.
Functional languages IDE based on NetBeans platform