71 projects tagged "Common Lisp"

Download Website Updated 07 May 2004 TBNL

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TBNL is a framework to create dynamic Web sites with Common Lisp. It is based on mod_lisp and is designed to sit behind an Apache Web server.

Download Website Updated 31 Jul 2004 CL-FMOD

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CL-FMOD is a set of Common Lisp bindings to FMOD using UFFI.

Download Website Updated 31 Aug 2004 Higher Order CVS

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HO-CVS is a version control system based on MetaCVS. In addition to the features of MetaCVS, it features module level versioning, the ability to reference every version (since there is a tag after every commit, which is extremely useful but slow), complex versions like #v1.2.3 designed to carry information about the change, operation hooks, and a somewhat powerful log command.

Download Website Updated 31 Aug 2004 CoMa

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CoMa provides a uniform configuration mechanism for items. CoMa is similar to autoconf, but without the auto part. It is intended to be used in component-based development where different software pieces are used in the context of more than one application or version of the same application. It provides a way to configure items and query or validate their configuration. At present, it works best with HO-CVS, but it can still work with pure CVS, albeit with some loss of convenience.

No download Website Updated 29 Oct 2005 Lisp Blosxom

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Lisp Blosxom is a port of the Perl Blosxom blogging engine to ANSI Common Lisp. Its goals are extensibility and speed. It's a filesystem-based blogging engine, which means that blog entries are just flat files on disk, although plugins can be written to extend or replace this behavior. The first line in the file is the title, while the remainder is the text of the body. Entry dates are taken directly from the filesystem's modification date for each entry. Furthermore, the structure of the blog is taken directly from the hierarchy of directories and files on disk.

No download Website Updated 11 Oct 2011 Common Lisp Quick Reference

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Common Lisp Quick Reference is a booklet with short descriptions of the thousand or so symbols defined in the ANSI standard. It comes with a comprehensive index. It is written in LaTeX and formatted for printing on both A4 and letter paper. After folding the sheets lengthwise, they can easily be turned into a handy booklet.

No download No website Updated 16 Nov 2009 evol

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evol (entrenched virtues of Lisp (love reversed)) aims to be a compatible and full-fledged replacement for the GNU autotools stack. It is targeted at coping with the autotools' shortcomings while not repeating the mistakes made by comparable build tool projects.

No download No website Updated 29 Mar 2011 Phoros

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Phoros is a Web-based tool for photogrammetric road survey. Storage locations of images and GPS data acquired by a measuring vehicle are stored by Phoros into a PostgreSQL database. Images and a map are then presented on Phoros' Web interface. There, a user can determine and store global coordinates of features shown in the images.

No download No website Updated 24 Sep 2011 Design Center

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Design Center is a Web application that allows users to change the colour of different layers in a photo. In a photo of a bedroom, there could be layers for the walls, the ceiling, and for the floor. The application lets users change the colour of each and see how a new paint job would look. If used on a furniture store's Web site, different layers could be used for beds, chairs, lampshades, etc. to allow customisation by users.

No download No website Updated 30 Oct 2012 QueryFS

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QueryFS is a FUSE-based virtual filesystem that is based on queries. There are plugins to parse various query syntaxes and each query creates a virtual directory. Currently the most elaborate query language is SQL-based; you can either provide access to data stored in an SQL database, or keep an index of files in the SQL database and generate search directories with symlinks to found files. QueryFS and its SQL2 query DSL fully support creation of refinable searches: for example, the author has an index of downloaded email files; one can see all the distinct senders registered in the DB and then go into a directory of one sender and see all accounts that ever received an email from this sender.

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f265

An HEVC/H.265 video encoder.