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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/3 weekly downloads
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.1 weekly downloads
Arylon is a lisp-based game engine for rapid prototying and development of tilebased/bitmapped games.
EJab is a client for the Jabber (www.jabber.org) open standards instant messaging system which is written in Emacs Lisp and runs inside Emacs.
GPL Music Annotation and Publication (well, Jublication anyway) software just for composing and midi-entering music, and printing music sheets. It is a composition and score editor, nothing more.
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)
elmake is a way to provide makefiles for elisp packages (for emacs) which are processed completely in Elisp (no external autoconf, make etc. required). For info files, an external makeinfo is suggested, as elisp parsing of info files is slow.
This is a lisp interpreter written in php which can be access through a comfortable webinterface. The functionality is based on a tutorial by Ron Deep. The project has been started by Ralf D. Mueller.