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Building a Windows CLISP version
This page explains how to build GNU CLISP from source code on an MS Windows system, and deliver a sample hello world executable application.
CLiki web site
A Wiki site with "links to and resources for free software implemented in Common Lisp and available on Unix-like systems". It is based on the Araneida Web server.
Episode 2: (Re)writing Reddit in Lisp is 20 minutes and 100 lines
Screencast by Sven Van Caekenberghe on building Web applications with the KPAX framework to create a simple Reddit clone. It is based on the interaction with LispWorks under MacOS X. QuickTime format.
Graphic-Forms Frequently Asked Questions
A FAQ on the Graphic-Forms user interface library, which also addresses GUI development in Lisp.
Lisp Starter Pack
A personal Common Lisp "newbie" guide (for Windows)
M.I.T. "cadr" LispMachine font
A recreation of the "cadr" font used by the M.I.T. LispMachines
Rebel With A Cause
"Rebel With A Cause - Building Web Applications with Common Lisp - Deploying on an Apple Xserve running Mac OS X Server". Article by Sven Van Caekenberghe, October 2003, First Revision.
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Screencast by Marco Baringer. It shows how to use the Emacs-based SLIME IDE, from installation and setup to some advanced features. The screencast is based on the interaction with LispWorks under MacO...
Setting up ASDF for CLISP+Win32
A short tutorial on setting up and using ASDF with CLISP under Win32.
a lot of random bits of lisp code. (Parsers, plotters, SMTP, and more...)
UnCommon Web video
Screencast by Marco Baringer. It demonstrates using the UnCommon Web application framework and the Emacs-based SLIME IDE to create a simple, "hello world" web application. It is based on the interacti...
Using Common Lisp to Build Web Applications
"Using Common Lisp to Build Web Applications - Can a 40 year old Computer Language do Web Applications?". Paper by Nicky Peeters, 20 June 2003.
After a short introduction to Lisp, the document discuss...
picoLisp and mini picoLisp (German site)
picoLisp and mini picoLisp are two nice, long living, real-life and non Common Lisp dialects and application servers.
While the mini dialect is devised for classic Lisp jobs, the full picoLisp is exte...