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.
A free and portable Common Lisp Webserver. Portable AllegroServe is a variant of AllegroServe(tm) with an explicit emphasis on portability between Lispsystems and Operating Systems. You can find the original AllegroServe at https://github.com/franzinc/aserve The best way to install Portable AllegroServe is through Quicklisp (http://quicklisp.org/). (The best way to install any Lisp library is through Quicklisp.)
TechnoForge aims to be a website operated for the purpose of fostering hardware development and technical documentation creation under Open-Source Initiative -approved licenses or other arrangements relating to hardwware and/or documentation development.
Hero's Union: Basic Information Library System is a project that is in the early stages of development. This system will implement some of best features available through other ILS software as well as many new features. Team Members Wanted!
A REST based web server written in Clojure (a new functional LISP (see http://clojure.sourceforge.net/))
3store is an RDF "triple store", written in C and backed by MySQL and Berkeley DB. It is an optimisation and port of an older triple store (WebKBC). It provides access to the RDF data via RDQL or SPARQL over HTTP, on the command line or via a C API.
PLOB! (Persistent Lisp OBjects!) implements orthogonal persistency for LISP and CLOS objects.
Mi_D is a multi-platform, multi-driver, and multi-language shared library that offers clients a simple unified, yet unique set of MIDI services that are not commonly found in existing driver interfaces.
Module linux kernel for upload chaosnet protocol into network layer. Server and client programm for share with lisp machine data space. Api interface for make program and service with chaosnet protocol.
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.
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
Discussion, design and implementation of Chris J Date's and Hugh Darwen's Tutorial D relational database language and management system.
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.
Multi-User Domain. Scheme as implementation language as well as for coding object behaviour. Scheme/MUD enthusiasts welcome.
A MUD server and database that aim to be very flexible and dynamic. Features currently included complex, dynamic but easy to understand combat, magic, and crafting systems and a dynamic world based on weather and other environmental factors.
Nimh Libs is a distribution of libraries made by Nimh Labs that aren't worth their own project, but are worth checking out.
Jliriw(Just Let It Remember,and It Works).Design and Implent Artificial Intelligence with an arthitecture driven by Memories.Jliriw is a open domain project that privide all the aspect and source code for education and research use.
Port of the Blosxom blogging engine from Perl to Common Lisp. Implements filesystem-based blogging. Currently able to produce blog pages; will soon support plugins &c. May possibly support Blosxom's Perl plugins via a compatibility layer.
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 small, extremely efficient, core server for Tiny-style MU*s. Core language is LISPish, will support something much like MUSHcode as well, other languages potentially to come down the road. Server is multithreaded and multiplatform.
A stable commercial GDL/GWL is now available from Genworks (www.genworks.com).
Muq is a network server that goes several design generations beyond MOO or Java in providing support for applications characterized by these five requirements: Multi-user, Persistent state, Complex data, Complex code, and Distributed networking.