An open-source rewrite of the popular roguelike game Angband. Written in Common Lisp.
ArmedBear (ABCL) is a Common Lisp written in Java. Its compiler produces JVM byte code, tapping into the 'write once, run everywhere' philosophy of Java. J is a text editor written in Java featuring e.g. syntax highlighting and automatic indenting.
Elserv is an HTTP server which runs on Emacs, as a background process.
Eicq is an ICQ client that is written Emacs Lisp. Currently it isn't working, we are in the process of implementing version 8 of the ICQ protocol. Eicq requires XEmacs 21.4 or newer.
CLORB is an Object Request Broker implementing CORBA 2. It currently supports DII, DSI and the POA. The goal is to make the mapping follow the proposed mapping for LISP, but currently this is only half done.
A scripting language that works with multiple scripting languages at once.
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).
OpenTNF is a system-level tracing facility for capturing and presenting diagnostic information and performance metrics. Linux/Intel (kernel 2.2.x) is the initial target platform. The OpenTNF project is seeking developers for ports to other platforms.
ddist is a utility for distributing tasks to multiple lisp instances
nqmacs is a set of precompiled w32-binaries based on the source code of Emacs' current development version (which will eventually be released as Emacs 22.1). It's no official Emacs distribution, however.
JLisa, \"Java Lisp-based Intelligent Software Agents\", is based on Lisa, http://lisa.sourceforge.net/, a production rule system similar to Jess. It runs in java through ABL, armed-bear Lisp, http://www.armedbear.org.
DUMB, the Diabolically Uncrashable Mud Builder, implements a lisp-like language interpreter in Java. This language is specialized to allow the most flexible MUD creation to date, and to allow 100% uptime, even during MUD development. NEW: SWING GUI
SISCweb is a framework to facilitate writing stateful Scheme web applications in a J2EE environment. An example WAR file ready for use is provided. Try it today!
A framework for developing software development tools.
Squeakymail is an email classifier and POP proxy, implemented in Common Lisp. Currently it is running with Allegro CL from Franz Inc. Squeakymail implements concepts from Paul Graham's Plan for Spam paper at http://www.paulgraham.com/spam.html.
OpenMusic is an object-oriented visual programming language based on CommonLisp/CLOS. OpenMusic provides libraries and editors making it a powerful environment for music composition, analysis and also functional and object visual programming.
Nimh Libs is a distribution of libraries made by Nimh Labs that aren't worth their own project, but are worth checking out.
mule-gbk: GBK Chinese charset support for GNU Emacs
Getting rid of the endian problems as well as the the multitude of numerical formats existing on different systems. say goodbye to #ifdef BIGENDIAN ... or #ifdef THAT_OS_FLOAT
ALisp is a language for writing "partial programs" with gaps in them, together with algorithms to fill in those gaps optimally using reinforcement learning.
ECSID (Evolutionary Computation based System Identification) is a program that automates the process of system identification through the use of Evolutionary Computation tools (GA, GP and GEP). ECSID is written in lisp, using asdf and clgtk
Lisplets are Java Servlets that forward their requests, and gather their response headers, using s-expressions over sockets. They enable easy integration of Common Lisp or Scheme into a Java-based web environment.
Tools for development in Lisp: - A packaging tool to make sharing your lisp applications easier. - A Common Lisp Integrated Development Environment (IDE) plugin for the Eclipse platform.
The Lavlet HTTP server and Lisp Server Pages engine is a complete ANSI Common Lisp web server and dynamic pages engine for Lisp modeled after JSP/Servlet/Tomcat and ASP/IIS.
A JSP (Javaserver Page) Editing mode for XEmacs, implemented in eLisp, providing in-editor JSP compilation and jump-to-line-number debugging