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ECL (Embeddable Common-Lisp) is an interpreter of the Common-Lisp language as described in the X3J13 Ansi specification, featuring CLOS (Common-Lisp Object System), conditions, loops, etc, plus a translator to C, which can produce standalone executables. ECL supports the operating systems Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Solaris and Windows, running on top of the Intel, Sparc, Alpha, PowerPC and ARM processors.16 weekly downloads
This project provides a tool for representing knowledge about business processes in two dimensions – parts and types. It is part of the MIT Open Process Handbook Initiative.2 weekly downloads
jfli is a library for Common Lisp that provides comprehensive, safe, dynamic and Lisp-y access to Java and Java libraries as if they were Lisp libraries, for use in Lisp programs, i.e. emphasizing working in Lisp rather than in Java.1 weekly downloads
Little b is a Lisp-based language which allows scientists to build shareable, reusable mathematical models of complex systems based on shared parts. The initial focus is molecular and multicellular networks. Project web page: http://www.littleb.org1 weekly downloads
The CommGen platform is intended to be a simple, scalable integration platform for small to medium problem sets. The architecture is simple, consisting of a distributed kernel, distributed O/S, agent and application layer.
CommandWeb is a rapid web application development platform for the Lisp dialect L# designed to run on top of the .Net CLR and ASP.Net. Developers can add application code interactively to a running interpreter, eliminating development cycle time.
General purpose lisp-based functional programming query utility for Mediawiki. This is a program written in Chicken Scheme that executes queries on the Mediawiki api in batch and posts the results on the wiki.
The Integrator is a tool for integrating symbolic mathematical expressions. It reads the expression in a lispish and then outputs the Integral.
Qi is a language implemented in Common Lisp that generates efficient type secure Lisp programs which you can run on any machine. Qi uses pattern-matching, currying, and optional static typing. It extends Lisp with the intent of making it more productive.