Computer Algebra System written in Common Lisp
Maxima is a computer algebra system comparable to commercial systems like Mathematica and Maple. It emphasizes symbolic mathematical computation: algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and much more. For example, Maxima solves x^2-r*x-s^2-r*s=0 giving the symbolic results [x=r+s, x=-s]. Maxima can calculate with exact integers and fractions, native floating-point and high-precision big floats. Maxima has user-friendly front-ends, an on-line manual, plotting commands, and numerical libraries. Users can write programs in its native programming language, and many have contributed useful packages in a variety of areas over the decades. Maxima is GPL-licensed and largely written in Common Lisp. Executables can be downloaded for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android; source code is also available. An active community maintains and extends the system. Maxima is widely used: annual direct downloads exceed 300,000. Many other users receive it through secondary distribution.
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.
Cross platform GUI for Maxima
wxMaxima is a cross-platform graphical front-end for the computer algebra system Maxima based on wxWidgets. It provides nice display of mathematical output and easy access to Maxima functions through menus and dialogs.
Real-time audio synthesis engine and music programming language
N.B. SuperCollider is now hosted at GitHub, and the most recent versions can be downloaded from there. http://supercollider.github.io A real time audio synthesis engine, and an object-oriented programming language specialised for music. SuperCollider was created in 1996 by James McCartney, now (since version 3) released as free software.
This elisp package provides text based table creation and editing feature. Emacs can edit tables embedded inside a document, just like a modern WYSIWYG word processor. The latest version generates a table HTML source from a WYSIWYG table.
Lush is a Lisp dialect with extensions for object-oriented and array-oriented programming. Lush is intended for prototyping numerically intensive applications and is designed for easy integration of existing C/C++/Fortran codes.
Jabberwocky is a development environment for Lisp programs. It includes a Lisp aware editor, a source level debugger and a way to interact with Lisp processes.
PHP Support for GNU Emacs
An Emacs major mode for editing PHP code. Features: Syntax coloring and indenting; Documentation browse and search functions; Support for Imenu and SpeedBar; Customization options; and support for language features from PHP 5.4 and beyond. The latest release can be found at https://github.com/ejmr/php-mode and all bug reports should go there..
An OpenGL simulation of artificial life and artificial evolution using neural networks and genetic algorithms based on Larry Yaeger's PolyWorld.
The Open Java Trading System (OJTS) is meant to be a common infrastructure to develop (stock) trading systems. There are four parts: gathering of raw data over the internet, recognition of trading signals, a visualisation module and trading with banks.
Abuse 2, sequel to the 1995 masterpiece from Crack dot Com
A framework for developing software development tools.
(X)Emacs minor mode for XSLT processing and debugging.
CSharp (C#) Development Environment for XEmacs / GNU Emacs
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
An open-source rewrite of the popular roguelike game Angband. Written in Common Lisp.
Algernon is a rule-based reasoning engine written in Java. It allows forward and backward chaining across Protege knowledge bases. In addition to traversing the KB, rules can call Java functions and LISP functions (from an embedded LISP interpreter)
Arylon is a lisp-based game engine for rapid prototying and development of tilebased/bitmapped games.
The easy setup to give Emacs editors that out-of-box experience!
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.
Kawa is a full Scheme implementation. It implements almost all of R5RS (for exceptions see Restrictions), plus some extensions.
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
The Insidious Big Brother DataBase is an emacs-based contact manager that integrates itself into your mail and news clients.
Emacs Xbase mode for editing (clipper, dbase, foxpro).
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.