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Re: [Gcl-devel] Open source lisp

From: C Y
Subject: Re: [Gcl-devel] Open source lisp
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2002 05:45:53 -0700 (PDT)

Garnet http://garnetlisp.sf.net is also open source, and allows some
very interesting interface options I'm not aware of in things like GTK,
but as for end user applications I'm not aware of any others.


--- Louis Glassy <address@hidden> wrote:
> There are some large open lisp codes, but I don't know of any in
> widespread use by non-lisp-programmers.  CLOCC and FreeCLIM both look
> useful, but I get the feeling they're both smaller and less
> widely-used than Maxima.
> --
> CLOCC is a portable Common Lisp package collection, and is said to
> give
> its Common Lisp host a way to do networking, and other things.
> Ready for a web server written in GCL?  :-)
> CLOCC is slowing growing, but what's there looks like it works well.
> URL: clocc.sourceforge.net
> --
> FreeCLIM is an attempt to make a free replacement for CLIM, the
> Common
> Lisp Interface Manager.  CLIM was (is?) a gui toolkit to end all gui
> toolkits, and ran on Lisp Machines.
> FreeCLIM is still pretty embryonic at this point.
> URL: www.cons.org/free-clim
> [you wrote]
>    Greetings!  Other than maxima, is there any other significant open
>    source lisp code which provides functionality that cannot be
> readily
>    found in existing open source C code?
> -lou (address@hidden)
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