CLISP is a portable ANSI Common Lisp implementation and development environment by Bruno Haible. Interpreter, compiler, debugger, CLOS, MOP, FFI, Unicode, sockets, CLX. UI in English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Russian, and Danish.
Autotoolset is both a colection of small tools (scripts, emacs macros, etc.) to simplify project development with autoconf/automake/libtool/texinfo/emacs and a good documentation on how to get started on these tools and the whole GNU software model.
An emacs site-lisp setup that provides a useful package of non-standard emacs lisp extensions, extends the jde mode, adds menu commands for folding mode, buffers associated with the frames they came from and a site-start.el and default.el
elmake is a way to provide makefiles for elisp packages (for emacs) which are processed completely in Elisp (no external autoconf, make etc. required). For info files, an external makeinfo is suggested, as elisp parsing of info files is slow.
CLiCC generates C-executables from Common Lisp application programs.
osi: Examples for creating software written in C++ that uses GTK+2.0 (Win32 and Linux). Build environment: GNU autotools with g++; MSVC --- boolmin: A Boolean Minimizer for Win32, Linux, UNIX --- emacs: XEmacs extensions designed to work on many machines
Albert is a doc-generator for Common Lisp, comparable to Javadoc and Doxygen. Currently it generates DocBook documentation. It reads an ASDF system definition and documents the system.
A framework for developing software development tools.
ACDK - Artefaktur Component Development Kit - is a platform independent C++-framework similar to Java or C#/.NET for generating distributed and scriptable components and applications.
ELCO stands for Embedded Lisp COmpiler or Esdens Lisp COmpiler. The goal is to create a lisp compiler for embedded 32bit architectures. (i.e. ARM) With this compiler you are able to write lisp code on a naked chip. No OS needed.