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Cusp, a Lisp plugin for Eclipse
A Common Lisp development environment built on top of the Java-based Eclipse development platform. It uses the SLIME Swank backend for interacting with the SBCL Lisp implementation.
Foil (Foreign Object Interface for Lisp) consists of a protocol and a set of libraries that facilitate access to popular object runtimes, such as the JVM and the CLI/CLR, and their libraries, from Lis...
JACOL - Java and Common Lisp
An interoperation framework between Java and Common Lisp. It allows Lisp to be used as an extension language for Java, and it can expose Java APIs to Lisp applications. JACOL uses sockets for communic...
JFLI provides comprehensive, safe, dynamic and Lisp-y access to Java and Java libraries as if they were Lisp libraries, for use in Lisp programs, i.e. with an emphasis on working in Lisp rather than i...
A translator from Java (JLS2) source code to pragmatically correct Lisp code. It provides two backends: Common Lisp and the Linj Lisp dialect. Jnil currently depends on the Eclipse development environ...
KMgen is an ontology editor for the KM language (Knowledge Machine), written with Lispworks, Foil (a Foreign Object Interface for Lisp) and SWT (Java Standard Widget Toolkit).
Free to use.
The Linj compiler translates Linj, a Lisp dialect very similar to Common Lisp, programs into human-readable Java programs, serving two different purposes:
(1) it allows a very smooth integration with...
Lisp code from Artificial Intelligence, A Modern Approach
Common Lisp code for solving basic AI problems, from the definitive textbook on intelligent agents by Russell & Norvig.
The website also links implementations in other languages (java, python, c++, p...
Lisplets are Java Servlets that forward their requests, and gather their response headers, using s-expressions over sockets. They enable easy integration of Common Lisp or Scheme into a Java-based web...