ThinLisp is a practical dialect of lisp for real world applications. You develop in Common Lisp, you deploy in C. ThinLisp programs are as fast as C, by design. Used for a decade in million line systems.
The PGMFI project has as its goal total understanding of the computerized systems such as ECUs, ABS controllers and other devices present in Honda vehicles. Currently, the Non-Commercial-Sharealike license is reccomended for all releases.
RTCH is a set of tools for organizing lisp RT tests based on their position in a directory hierarchy. Inspired by portch (http://groups.google.com/group/cl-terrace/web/portch?pli=1).
Kawa is a full Scheme implementation. It implements almost all of R5RS (for exceptions see Restrictions), plus some extensions.
this "project" aims to be a place where Common Lisp specific improvements to a number of useful (X)Emacs packages are collected and maintained.
Yes, finally. The author decide to schedule some of his busy time to release the "Chinese Language Formula"- Step By Step. It will take a while, but eventually Chinese Language Processing is no longer a problem.
Genworks (www.genworks.com) now offers a stable commercial GDL.
A stable commercial GDL/GWL is now available from Genworks (www.genworks.com).
TechnoForge aims to be a website operated for the purpose of fostering hardware development and technical documentation creation under Open-Source Initiative -approved licenses or other arrangements relating to hardwware and/or documentation development.
A NetBeans IDE Plugin for the Clojure Programming Language
Little b is a Lisp-based language which allows scientists to build shareable, reusable mathematical models of complex systems based on shared parts. The initial focus is molecular and multicellular networks. Project web page: http://www.littleb.org
Common Lisp functions for generating XForms markup.