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!
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.
Automatic music notation application for musicians and composers.
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.
Hippal is an integrating GUI-framework for a multimodular symbolic A.I.-system IPAL, which combines A.I. Planning, Inductive Program Synthesis, Analogical Reasoning and Learning. Hippal is client-/server-based and uses the Lili Lisp Interpreter as Centr
CADdatives aims to develop opensource additions to the AutoCAD and IntelliCAD platforms.
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.
OpenMusic is an object-oriented visual programming environment based on CommonLisp/CLOS. It provides libraries and editors that make it a powerful environment for music composition. It can also be used for teaching functional and object programming. THE OM 5.2 RELEASE HOSTED ON SOURCEFORGE IS NOT MAINTAINED ANYMORE. IT IS STILL AVAILABLE FOR IT INCLUDES PRELIMINARY ATTEMPTS AT PORTING OM TO LINUX PLATFORMS, WHICH WE BELIEVE COULD STILL BE USEFUL FOR FUTURE PORTS AND DEVELOPMENTS. See the recent OM 6 developments and release at http://repmus.ircam.fr/openmusic/
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
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).
Emacs Xbase mode for editing (clipper, dbase, foxpro).
Abuse 2, sequel to the 1995 masterpiece from Crack dot Com
CSharp (C#) Development Environment for XEmacs / GNU Emacs
Analog Insydes is a Mathematica toolbox for symbolic analysis of analog electronic circuits. This project provides a set of free add-ons to Analog Insydes, including a Java front-end and a native netlister for Cadence's Analog Design Environment (ADE).
A JSP (Javaserver Page) Editing mode for XEmacs, implemented in eLisp, providing in-editor JSP compilation and jump-to-line-number debugging
Elpoint is a presentation tool which runs on Emacs. Dynamic presentation content can be developed easily. Inline images can be displayed in the presentation. The images can be retrieved from web sites only by pecifying the image's URL.
Flymake is a universal on-the-fly syntax checker implemented as Emacs minor mode. Flymake automatically runs the syntax check tool, parses the output for known error patterns, highlights erroneous lines and shows overall check status in the mode line.
Satellite constellation analysis software.
ShortTalk: editing text by voice
[ShortTalk influenced more current approaches to programming by voice, see Tavis Rudd or Utter Commands. It doesn't work anymore, with Jaspan's vr-mode not functioning with NaturallySpeaking 13. /NK 2014] ShortTalk aspires to be a perfect and universal spoken language for editing and other intensive computer-mediated tasks. EmacsListen, the GNU Emacs code base in this project, implements ShortTalk and addresses key usability issues in dictation systems.
A framework for developing software development tools.
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.
A tool that helps develope the course of cognitive thought processes through software. This tool will look at the raw hex code of any input. It establishes pattern recognition over a mesured time incrament that in itself is at a different pace.
ALisp is a language for writing "partial programs" with gaps in them, together with algorithms to fill in those gaps optimally using reinforcement learning.
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.