A library for accessing octet-addressed blocks of data in big- and little-endian orders
A Packrat / Parsing Grammar / TDPL parser for Common Lisp.
Portable pathname library
Parallelism for Common Lisp
baikonour - launchpad for lisp satellites
Buildapp is an application for SBCL and CCL that
configures and saves an executable Common Lisp image or
A Windows Azure library for Common Lisp.
cl-blapack is a wrapper around the Fortran BLAS and LAPACK libraries for dense linear algebra.Homepage: https://github.com/blindglobe/cl-blapackLicense: BSD
Computes 64-bit cyclic redundancy checks
Common Lisp interface to the Google GData API's
Library for two dimensional geometry.
Is a BSD licensed set of CFFI bindings for version 3.x of the GLFW OpenGL helper library. Some convenience functions and macros are included. Quicklisp installable. Homepage: https://github.com/AlexCharlton/cl-glfw3License: BSD license
cl-inotify is an interface to the Linux inotify facility for file change notifications.Homepage: https://github.com/Ferada/cl-inotifyLicense: BSD license
Topics: system programming
A WWW::Mechanize work-alike
CL-PAYMILL is a common lisp interface to the Paymill
payment service API. See https://www.paymill.com/
Random Distribution Generation
A library for scrobbling to last.fm
The CL-UNIFICATION system.
The system contains the definitions for the 'unification' machinery.
An FFI binding to libsoup
Simple IMAP4rev1 client library
Flexible Lisp Blogware
documentation-template is a documentation tool that automatically produces HTML documentation from the exported symbols of a package. It is written and used by Edi Weitz to make the webpages for his libraries.Homepage: http://weitz.de/documentation-template/License: BSD
Dynamic-Classes lets you specify CLOS classes (for example, as arguments to make-instance) using parameters at run-time, letting you use mixins more conveniently.Homepage: http://common-lisp.net/project/dynamic-classes/Source repository: git://github.com/gwkkwg/dynamic-classes License: BSD
Topics: language extension
A lightweight threading / cooperative multitasking library.
I/O(mainly networking) library containing: a BSD sockets library, a DNS resolver and an I/O multiplexer that supports select(2), epoll(4) and kqueue(2).Licence: MIT-LICENSEDependencies: trivial-garbage, CFFI, Osicat and bordeaux-threadsCL implementations on which IOlib has been tested: SBCL, CMUCL, CLISP and Clozure(ex OpenMCL). Probably it works on any implementation supported by CFFI that has native :long-long.Homepage: http://common-lisp.net/project/iolib/. Download instructions can be found here.Here is a recent tutorial: http://pages.cs.wisc.edu/~psilord/blog/data/iolib-tutorial/tutorial.html
Library for defining and creating executables that can be called from the Unix shell.
Library for reading and writing JSON-formatted data.
Parser generator, loosely based on Henry Baker's META paper.
monkeylib-prose-diff is a diff program optimized for comparing text files containing prose.Homepage: https://github.com/gigamonkey/monkeylib-prose-diffLicense: BSD
Peter Seibel's collection of 'utilities'.
Blog software for use with Hunchentoot.License: BSDHomepage: http://cyrusharmon.org/projects?project=nuclblog
Library to parse and rebuild declarations.
A library for reading PNG files.
pretty-function provides an API for making individual functions pprint differently when written to an output stream. This is useful for debugging.http://github.com/nallen05/pretty-functionLicense: BSD
A library for reading and writing TIFF images
A Common Lisp implementation of timestamps as defined by RFC3339
A Common Lisp implementation of XML-RPC using best of breed libraries
sapaclisp is a collection of Common Lisp functions for spectral analysis. It can be used to perform the calculations presented in the book
"Spectral Analysis for Physical Applications: Multitaper and Conventional Univariate Techniques", by Donald B. Percival and Andrew T. Walden,
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, 1993Homepage: http://lib.stat.cmu.edu/sapaclisp/License: BSD-like
thread-pool is library that allows asynchronous function execution from a static thread pool.The usage of this library allows programmers to control the number of threads used in a process and avoid the thread creation overhead when new asynchronous computation are needed.Therefore thread-pool may increase overall performance in a multi-thread program.
Licence: BSDDependencies: Bordeaux-Threads, arnesiHome page: https://github.com/kiuma/thread-pool.
Topics: system programming thread concurrency
A library for binary trees in normal and balanced flavors
An implementation of the URI Template proposed standard draft version 01.
functional data collections
Sysctl kernel control mechanism for common lisp