Audio player for Linux
Arita is an extraordinary audio player for Linux-based distributions. It is designed for people, who like to keep their music libraries well-organized. Unlike any other traditional player, Arita requires your tracks to be stored in container files - ISO images or uncompressed archives (AR, CPIO, TAR, ZIP).
Open Source Robot Operating System
StarkOX, the first universal Open Source AI Robot Operating System. It provides easy to use hardware abstraction and commonly-used functionality. Furthermore, strong cognitive functions, voice and pattern detection together with a new powerful scripting language provide possibilities to create and share abstract behavior patterns.
use OpenOffice/LibreOffice to create troff man pages
oloman can assist in creating troff man pages from .odt files. It works by recognizing specially-named styles in the original document (such as "manpage section header" or "manpage hyperlink"). Only the names matter, not the styles themselves, so you can give the html, PDF, or other version any appearance you like. Procedure: (1) Create a man page in OpenOffice or LibreOffice using specially-named styles (2) Export as .xhtml (3) Run oloman to convert exported xhtml to troff.
Written in ANSI Common Lisp. A public multiple-connection server which allows the playing of Solitaire through a text-based protocol. This is basically so that you can make your own graphical client and use this as the back-end.
cl-AMMS stands for Common Lisp Advanced Math Modeling System. It's not clear by now what it really means. It could, at least, help you with math modeling. See AIMMS, for insights. It's just a begin...a brain storm. More to come, stay tunned.
Implementation of raytracer with its prototype written in LISP. Goals: lisp knowledge.
Research platform for SAT and other hard problems
The OKlibrary is a research platform for generalised SAT solving. It provides tools to tackle "intractable problems" at the Maxima computer-algebra level and at the C++ level. It also automatically installs a wide range of external software.
cl-page-serve is a Common Lisp container similar to JSP or PHP
cl-page-serve is a Common Lisp application container similar to JSP or PHP but running currently under sbcl, a well known Common Lisp free implementations. The package contains a very simple server which runs behind an Apache server, via mod_lisp. The cl-page-serve tar.gz package on Sourceforge contains all the components allowing an easy deployment of the application on Debian Linux (Wheezy). Included are the cl-page-serve application server itself, plus a prototype framework and smaller technical packages like MySQL binding and other subroutines. The whole set provides the basic container for executing Common Lisp pages in the style of JSP, PHP or ASP, behind an Apache web server. Currently, this framework is only working with Debian Linux, SBCL and MySQL. A full example application (also included) can be installed but is not mandatory. An installer script based on questions and answers is provided.
Algorithmic Composition Software
DACML stands for Digital Audio and Computer Music Language. It is implemented as a Common Lisp library and low level C routines for efficiency. The aim is to apply functional paradigm to Computer Music composition. Licensed under GPL v. 3 or later.
A fast-paced Common-Lisp roguelike
Menace of the Mines is a fast-paced roguelike written in Common Lisp that has tons of monsters, many different classes and races and a unique magic system. (Well that's the goal). The game is under active development and runs on Windows and Linux.
The TUM personal robotics package is a collection of libraries that aims to offer methods for personal robotic assistants to operate successfully in indoor environments.
Common lisp parser and generator for files in the Ultrastar song file format.
Fley is an attempt to add modules to Common Lisp.
Flea is an attempt to create modules to be used in Common Lisp compilers and interpreters. It is the hopes that this project will take off and bring Common Lisp, once again, into main stream programming.
functions for working with geographical data in lisp
Uses opencv to create a zoom-able map, upon which you can place vectorized objects. The idea is to have these objects available in the map, in a list-view and on the REPL. Not complete. No documentation.