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Protocol Buffers compiler and implementation written in Common Lisp. Discussion started on the Wiki. Significant progress to coding exists, will be checked in shortly. For Protocol Buffers main implementation and discussion, see Protocol Buffers at http://code.google.com/p/protobuf/
For fun I ported version 3.6.2 of Rogue from C to CL. According to the roguelike development website: Rogue 3.6 was released on or about 06/16/1981 and was the first version of Rogue ever widely released. PlatformsHas been run successfully on Linux, Mac, and Windows using SBCL 1.0.5. ... [More]
A semi-random collection of Common Lisp, Scheme, and ??? code with an emphasis on illuminated programming.
trivial-irc is a (very) trivial IRC client library. It has no facilities for CTCP, and only very simple facilities for receiving, handling and sending messages. It might evolve over time, and it's my intention to keep the current API available, and to keep it asdf-installable. It has been ... [More]
Genworks Extensions, Utilities, Customizations, Interfaces, and Applications for Genworks GDL. NOTE: Because this is a mixed open-source/closed-source project, we feel that we should probably migrate away from Google Code for hosting the project activities. The subversion repository for the ... [More]
cl-op is a partial application and partial evaluation library for Common Lisp inspired by Goo's op function and SRFI 26 (Notation for Specializing Parameters without Currying). Release notes0.7.0: Rewrote code walker in CPS. Better lifting from special forms. Added compiler macro for beta ... [More]
cl-gcalc is a Common Lisp wrapper for Google Calculator. Release notes0.1.0: initial release. Installationcl-gcalc is ASDF-installable. It depends on Drakma and cl-ppcre. DocumentationFunction gcalcSyntax:gcalc expression => value, unitsDescriptiongcalc queries Google with expression and ... [More]
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