Racer is a knowledge representation system that implements a highly optimized tableau calculus for the description logic SRIQ(D). Racer is provided with a BSD-3 license (see the file LICENSE.txt).
In order to compile and load Racer inside Common Lisp use Quicklisp or ASDF directly. Make sure ASDF finds the file racer.asd, e.g., with by evaluating something like
(pushnew #P"~/Downloads/racer-master/" asdf:*central-registry*) and execute
(asdf:load-system "racer"). With Quicklisp you can use
Racer has been tested with ACL 8.2, CCL 1.9, LW 6.1, and SBCL 1.4 All Racer forms are available from the package racer. See the doc directory for a User's Guide and a Reference Manual. In order to start the Racer server using ACL, CCL, or LW (sorry not for SBCL), just execute
(racer:racer-toplevel). Not, however, that this is not necessary. Racer is available directly from you Lisp (go into package racer-user for testing purposes).
;;; Welcome to Racer Version 2.0 2014-01-04!
;;; Racer: Renamed Abox and Concept Expression Reasoner
;;; Supported description logic: SRIQ(D)
;;; Racer comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; use at your own risk.
;;; The XML/RDF/RDFS/OWL parser is implemented with Wilbur developed
;;; by Ora Lassila. For more information on Wilbur see
HTTP service enabled for: http://localhost:8080/
HTML documentation at : http://localhost:8080/reference-toplevel.html
TCP service enabled for : http://localhost:8088/
TCP control enabled for : http://localhost:8089/
You can you your browser with URL http://localhost:8080/reference-toplevel.html in order to access the reference manual online while the Racer server is running.