This is one approach to implementing the ideas discussed as the Public Domain Knowledge Base. Originally coded by Stephen Reed before joining Cycorp and currently maintained by Vic Bancroft. The next release with contributions made here will be versio
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.
The purpose of hilisp is to create a lisp interpreter in hindi / devanagri unicode fonts. This will facilitate teaching programming to hindi speaking children at an earlier age.
IPSIL is an embedable lisp interpreter which uses dynamic binding and somewhat CommonLISPish syntax
Lushous is an initiative to develop two main Java oriented components for Lush. The first component, JLush, implements inline Java usage in Lush (like CLush does for C). LushJ, the second component, is a Java based implementation of Lush.
The intention of this independent research project is to develop a simple programming language that has rather powerful metaprogramming capabilities.
There are Rule-based engine for implementing business logic and flow control engine for JavaSE and JavaEE applications. Consists of MVC Process Framework and Rule Evaluating Runtime Engine.
XINAL Is Not Arc Lisp. XINAL will be a new dialect of Lisp. Whereas Lisp is practically a programmable programming language, XINAL will be written in a subset of itself, and thus will literally be a programmable programming language.
A Lisp multilanguage design implemented on Smalltalk. Featuring an OOP macro system that works across all the languages. Contains all other languages as Lisp dialects. Fully OOP. Fully documented guided tour. language specs too. assembler, prolog, C#...