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Alexandria is a collection of portable public domain utilities.
Splits a sequence into a list of subsequences delimited by objects satisfying a test.
A few simple tools to help you with documenting your library.
Number parsing library
Basic functions and macros, interfaces, pure and stateful datastructures
Portable, matchable implementation of quasiquote
string-case is a macro that generates specialised decision trees to dispatch on string equality
These are metabang.com's Common Lisp basic utilities.
Utilities beyond Alexandria.
A library providing functions that unify data-structure access for Common Lisp: access and (setf access)
A bag-of-tools utilities library used to aid in implementing the bese.it toolkit
Sundry utilities for J.P. Larocque.
Portability library for Common Lisp programs
Simple, portable tools for dealing with CLOS objects.
Various utilities, this is the most basic system that only introduce a small number of external dependencies.
A collection of basic utilities for syntactic extension and basic data structure handling, developed over the years of CL history by efforts of different individuals, and gathered under the unbrella of a hierarchy of packages which can be used on-demand.
A collection of utilities for pathname manipulation.
cl-ana is a free (GPL) data analysis library in Common Lisp providing tabular & binned data analysis along with nonlinear least squares fitting & visualization.
Tools to mock functions for unit tests
a literate programming tool to write common lisp codes in org file.
These are the rest of metabang.com's Common Lisp utilities
S-UTILS is collection of Common Lisp utilities
Utilities to help in writing scripts in CL
David Owen's utilities.
INCF CL is a library of convenience functions for Common Lisp
Various method combinations and utilities to make it easy to create new method combinations.
Validating formlets for Hunchentoot
A protocol for flexible and composable printing.
Formatting of binary data similar to the od(1) UNIX program.
This system provides simple facilities for printing tree structures.
Ease common tasks at the REPL.
A collection of useful functions and macros.
A few utilities for working with arrays.
Common Lisp MOP utilities
Utilities for manipulating association lists
A collection of utilities to destructure lambda forms.
CSV parsing/writing utilities, a la Microsoft Excel
Utilities using the MOP; notably make informative pretty-printing trivial
Simple (word) wrapping utilities for strings.
Amazon AWS low-level utilities
Common utilities for loading/distributing foreign libraries
Memory handling utilities
Various utilities for OpenGL
Various utilities for math
A collection of utilities to ratify, validate and parse inputs.
A set of utilities for manipulating strings in CL.
Numerical utilities for Common Lisp
Utilities for extensible namespaces in Common Lisp.
A library providing a clutch of utilities to make working with clsql easier
Utilities for manipulating time ranges and distances, based on LOCAL-TIME.
A collection of components and utilities for use in Qt applications.
Math utilities for working with rational numbers and intervals.
Provides portable file mappings and related utilities.
Game programming utilities
Graph manipulation utilities for Common Lisp
MT's Common Lisp utilities.
Utilities for building data transformations from composable functions, modeled on lenses and transducers
Amazon Cognito Utilities
Utilities for stream oriented reader.
Common Lisp library and utilities for inspecting COVID-19 data
Various debug utilities such as lexical tracing, etc.
Utilities for dealing with COM interfaces.
Tiny utilities for TREe-STRUctured-List.
Wrapper for implementation dependent tiny utilities.
Some utilities for using vectors
A collection of utilities for filesystem interaction.
Utilities for Common Lisp JSON library jsown
HTML field rendering and input validation utilities written in Common Lisp
Utilities for parsing Lisp code.
Provides a few utilities relating to setfable places.
Utilities for sending messages to Growl on Mac OS X.
Utilities for working with Microsoft MSI files.
Parses LOOP's convenient "for-as-arithmetic" syntax into 5 simple values: from, to, limit-kind (:inclusive, :exclusive or nil if unbounded), by (step) and direction (+ or -)). Further related utilities are provided. Intended for easy implementation of analogous functionality in other constructs.