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.
Garnet Common Lisp GUI Library
Garnet is a Graphical Toolkit for Lisp, which offers many advanced features. It was originally developed by Carnegie Mellon's User Interface Software Group and is one of the most feature rich interface toolkits available for lisp. The project has been dormant but some of us are trying to update it. To get the latest stable code, use the subversion repository: svn checkout svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/garnetlisp/svn/trunk garnetlisp-svn
The goal is a Lisp distribution, with a rich set of libraries, which helps to create standard GUI applications, which are easy to install by an end user, like other programs on the respective platforms.
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.
Lisa is a production rule system for Common Lisp, whose purpose is to provide a foundation for the development of "intelligent" applications. Lisa employs a modern CLOS implementation of Rete and is based on CLIPS and Jess.
Simple and complete bignum C library
bigz is the continuation of an old BigNum project that started its life as a joined INRIA & Dec project in 1989. The current version includes many fixes and improvements. Although not as efficient as, say, gmp, it is very small, reasonably efficient and extremely portable.
Foil provides a protocol and code to interface between Lisp and instances of runtimes such as the JVM and CLR, offering comprehensive, safe, dynamic, efficient, and portable access to Java and CLI libraries from Lisp, with an emphasis on working in Lisp
tLISP is a small implementation of the LISP programming language written in Object Pascal. Includes tle a command line tool for working with the LISP environment, and dynamic library for calling LISP functions from other applications. tLISP 2 or dLISP is
Online game for developers. Program your team of 4 ants (in LISP) that can reproduce and gain experience and fight against another players in different game modes(CTF, TDM, DM)!
Blaise is a Lisp dialect (specification and compiler). It's a modern version of Lisp suited for Lisp beginners and modern project development.
Clojure is a dynamic programming language for the JVM. Note - current Clojure development has moved to Google code: http://code.google.com/p/clojure/ Project web site: http://clojure.org
User contributed libraries and examples for the Clojure programming language.
Easily Usable Lisp Utilized Interface and Editor aims to make GNU/Linux more enjoyable, and productive in the console environment.
Nimh Libs is a distribution of libraries made by Nimh Labs that aren't worth their own project, but are worth checking out.
Project status: dead (you really don't want to use it!). Please see the new Common Lisp Qt bindings, like CommonQt, cl-smoke, EQL (Embedded Qt Lisp)
In the field of technical analyis of stock trends, there are numerous, sometimes contradictory theories regarding buy and sell signals. It is the aim of this project to develop a system that takes historical data and returns the best possible strategy.
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.
s2html is a C/C++/Java/Lisp HTML source code converter.
s2html is a very simple C/C++/Java/Lisp HTML source code converter. It uses embedded CSS to format your code. Many other formatters exist, this one started its life back in 1983 as my very first C program.
Lisp interpreter for the PSP + UNIX-clones.
This is a Lisp interpreter which will eventually be ANSI standard compliant. It currently compiles for UNIX-clones and the PSP, it has no external dependencies, with the garbage collector and numeric library and all other components being home made, from scratch. Working so far: * Automatic precise garbage collector. * Procedural macros. * Computer algebra library * A bunch of useful primitives. * A fairly small, but useful standard library. In the PSP build, the following additional features are available: * Some primitives for graphics on the PSP. --- The PSP has no decent hot-swappable coding language, and it can't multi-task. Therefore, this interpreter supports Emacs-like multi-tasking on the PSP. See: Several frames+windows each running their own lisp program from a single core.
sigipot - Simple Graph In Plain Old Text