2017-03-06

Quicklisp client update: bundling local-projects

The Quicklisp library bundle feature has been around for a while.  It creates a "bundle" of libraries from Quicklisp that can be used standalone, without loading or using Quicklisp at all.

Today, I published an updated client with a new bundle feature: if :include-local-projects is true, everything in Quicklisp's ql:*local-project-directories* is copied into the bundle and made available when the bundle is loaded.

To get this update, use (ql:update-client). The new code will be loaded when Lisp is restarted.

This work was commissioned by Rigetti Computing.

If you have Quicklisp feature needs, feel free to get in touch with me!


2017-02-27

February 2017 Quicklisp dist update now available

New projects:
  • agnostic-lizard — A portable code walker that makes a best effort to be correct in most cases — GPLv3+
  • bit-ops — Optimized bit-vector operations — LLGPL
  • cl-forest — Unofficial Common Lisp bindings to Rigetti Forest. — Apache 2.0
  • cl-httpsqs — A client lib for accessing HTTPSQS written in Common Lisp — MIT
  • cl-ledger — Double-entry accounting system. — BSD-3
  • cl-password-store — Password management for Common Lisp (web) applications. — LLGPL
  • cl-str — Modern, simple and consistent Common Lisp string manipulation library. — MIT
  • cl-video — Video decoder implemented in Common Lisp — BSD
  • cmu-infix — Mathematical infix notation for Common Lisp. — Custom (See LICENSE.txt)
  • cserial-port — library for serial communication inspired by lispworks' serial-port — MIT
  • cue-parser — A library for parsing audio CUE files — 2-clause BSD
  • freebsd-sysctl — Sysctl kernel control mechanism for common lisp — 2-clause BSD
  • jsonrpc — JSON-RPC 2.0 server/client implementation — BSD 2-Clause
  • lifoo — a fresh take on Forth in the spirit of Common Lisp — MIT
  • maiden — A modern and extensible chat bot framework. — Artistic
  • named-read-macros — Make read macros more Lispy. Attach read macros to symbols. — BSD-3
  • weblocks-examples — Example applications for Weblocks framework — Public Domain
Updated projectsa-cl-loggeralexandriaanaphoraarchitecture.service-providerbeastbinfixbit-smasherbt-semaphoreceplchirpcl-anacl-autowrapcl-charmscl-custom-hash-tablecl-decimalscl-embcl-enchantcl-general-accumulatorcl-gsscl-jpegcl-k8055cl-mpg123cl-online-learningcl-openglcl-out123cl-sdl2cl-slugcl-spidevcl4lclackclmlcloser-mopclxcroatoandbusdeedsdexadordjulaeasy-audioexit-hooksf2clfare-scriptsfast-httpfemlispfnglisphglsl-specgrovel-locallyhu.dwim.perechu.dwim.presentationhu.dwim.sdlhu.dwim.web-serverinquisitorjson-mopkenzol-systemlambda-fiddlelassliblmdblichat-protocollichat-serverliblichat-tcp-serverlichat-ws-serverlionchatlisp-invocationlivesupportlmdblocal-time-durationmaxpcmcclimmoiramontezumamore-conditionsopticlopticl-coreparser.iniqlotqt-libsrtg-mathrutilsserapeumslimespinneretstaplestructy-defclassstumpwmtalcltemporal-functionstimer-wheeltrivial-dump-coretrivial-escapestrivial-wsubiquitousvarjowebsocket-driverweftwoowookiewuweixml.locationzlib.

To get this update, use (ql:update-dist "quicklisp").

Enjoy!

2017-01-25

January 2017 Quicklisp dist update now available

New projects:
  • ahungry-fleece — A general utility library of convenience functions and features. — GPLv3
  • asd-generator — Automatic directory scanner/generator for .asd project files. — GPLv3
  • cl-cache-tables — A wrapper around native hash-tables to facilitate in-process caching of common lisp data structures. — MIT
  • cl-feedparser — Common Lisp universal feed parser — LLGPL
  • cl-gpio — A library for the Linux GPIO kernel module as used on hobby kits such as the Raspberry Pi — Artistic
  • cl-k8055 — Bindings to the k8055 DAQ hobby board. — Artistic
  • cl-online-learning — Online Machine Learning for Common Lisp — MIT Licence
  • cl-spidev — A library for the Linux SPIDEV kernel module as used on hobby kits such as the Raspberry Pi — Artistic
  • cl-xdg — freedesktop.org standards handling — GNU General Public License
  • cl4l — esoteric CL essentials — MIT
  • glisph — Glyph rendering engine using OpenGL shading language — MIT
  • lichat-protocol — The independent protocol part of Lichat. — Artistic
  • lichat-serverlib — Tools to help build a server using the lichat protocol. — Artistic
  • lichat-tcp-client — A simple TCP client implementation for lichat — Artistic
  • lichat-tcp-server — A simple TCP server implementation for lichat. — Artistic
  • lichat-ws-server — A simple WebSocket server implementation for lichat. — Artistic
  • lionchat — A GUI client for the Lichat protocol — Artistic
  • lisp-binary — Declare binary formats as structs and then read and write them. — GPLv3
  • omer-count — A script to assist in counting the time period between Pesach and Shavuot. — GPL V3
  • ook — A CL compiler and enviroment for literate Orangutans. — Public Domain
  • opticl-core — A library for representing and processing images — BSD
  • rate-monotonic — A periodic thread scheduler inspired by RTEMS. — GPL-v3
  • timer-wheel — A timer wheel implementation with BORDEAUX-THREADS backend. — MIT
  • translate-client — A client to online web-server translators, currently only google translate — MIT
  • trivial-escapes — C-style escape directives for Common Lisp. — Public Domain
Updated projectsacclimationalexaanaphoraarchitecture.service-providerasdf-system-connectionsasdf-vizbeastbinfixcaveman2-widgetscaveman2-widgets-bootstrapcl-anacl-ansi-termcl-arxiv-apicl-association-rulescl-autowrapcl-csvcl-cudacl-custom-hash-tablecl-dbicl-digraphcl-enumerationcl-freetype2cl-glfw3cl-gobject-introspectioncl-hamtcl-jpegcl-liballegrocl-libyamlcl-marshalcl-openglcl-opsresearchcl-permutationcl-qrencodecl-readlinecl-routescl-statsdcl-syslogcl-typesettingcl-unificationcl-waylandcl-yamlclazyclinchclmlclobbercloser-mopclssclxcroatoancurry-compose-reader-macrosdeedsdefenumdexadoresrapfare-quasiquotefare-scriptsfare-utilsfast-iofemlispfixedformat-string-buildergsllinquisitorjonathanlambda-readerlet-pluslisp-unitlocal-timelog4clmcclimmetabang-bindmitomk-string-metricsmodularizeneo4clnew-opningleoclclopticlparachuteparse-floatparser.common-rulespipingplumppostmodernpostmodernityprovepsychiqqtools-uiqueuesrestasretrospectiffrfc2388-binaryserapeumspinneretstatic-vectorsstumpwmsxqltriviatrivia.balland2006trivial-ldaptrivial-rfc-1123trivial-updateubiquitousuiopunix-optsvarjovgplotweblocks-utilsxhtmlgenzlib.

Removed projects: cl-ledger, weblocks-examples.

To get this update, use: (ql:update-dist "quicklisp")

Enjoy!

2016-12-31

Thank you

Today (December 31) is the last day for the Quicklisp appreciation fundraiser. It has met and exceeded the matching fund goal by a wide margin. I am so thankful of all the support for this fundraiser, but also for the many kind words of appreciation, and for the "Quicklisp supporter club" donors, over the years. The positive feedback has made the work very satisfying.

Thank you, and best wishes for a happy 2017!

2016-12-08

December 2016 Quicklisp dist update now available

Note: The Quicklisp fundraiser is up and running. If you appreciate Quicklisp, please contribute if you can.

New projects:
  • cl-digraph — Simple directed graphs for Common Lisp. — MIT/X11
  • cl-directed-graph — Directed graph data structure — MIT
  • format-string-builder — A DSL wrapping cl:format's syntax with something more lispy. — MIT
  • hunchentools — Hunchentoot utility library — MIT
  • l-system — L-system or Lindenmayer system on lists — GPLv3+
  • parser.common-rules — Provides common parsing rules that are useful in many grammars. — MIT
  • parser.ini — Provides parsing of Ini expressions. — LLGPLv3
  • postmodernity — Utility library for the Common Lisp Postmodern library — MIT
  • stl — Load triangle data from binary stereolithography (STL) files. — ISC
  • whofields — HTML field rendering and input validation utilities written in Common Lisp — MIT
Updated projects3bmdalexaalexandriaarchitecture.builder-protocolarchitecture.hooksarchitecture.service-providerasdf-dependency-grovelbeastcarriercaveman2-widgetscellsceplcepl.drm-gbmcepl.sdl2cepl.skittercircular-streamscl+sslcl-anacl-autowrapcl-bootstrapcl-cacl-change-casecl-dbicl-dotcl-drmcl-gistscl-growlcl-jpegcl-kanrencl-l10ncl-libyamlcl-mediawikicl-mpg123cl-openglcl-out123cl-pangocl-portaudiocl-pslibcl-quickcheckcl-sdl2clackclavierclfswmclinchcltclcoleslawcollectorscroatoandbusdendritedjuladocumentation-utilsdynaeazy-gnuplotesrapfare-scriptsformletsgbbopengendlgenevagsllgtk-cffihttp-bodyhu.dwim.computed-classhu.dwim.defhu.dwim.presentationhu.dwim.serializerhu.dwim.syntax-sugarhyperluminal-meminquisitorjskenzolacklasslegitmcclimmetabang-bindmeteringmglmitomodularizemodularize-interfacesneo4clnibblesningleoclclopticlpgloaderpng-readpostmodernprotobufpsychiqqlotqt-libsqtoolsquickutilquriratifyretrospectiffrutilsserapeumskitterspinneretstaplestumpwmsxqltriviatrivial-documentationtrivial-featurestrivial-nntptrivial-rfc-1123trivial-yencubiquitousufoutilities.print-treeutility-argumentsutils-ktvarjowebsocket-driverwhat3wordswookieworkout-timerxml.location.

Removed projects: cl-xspf, date-calc, elephant, html-entities, lambda-gtk, perfpiece, quicksearch, usocket-udp.

To get this update, use (ql:update-dist "quicklisp"). Enjoy!

2016-10-31

October 2016 Quicklisp dist update now available

New projects:
  • architecture.builder-protocol — Protocol and framework for building parse results and other object graphs. — LLGPLv3
  • cepl.drm-gbm — DRM/GBM host for cepl — BSD 3-Clause
  • cl-association-rules — An implementation of the apriori algorithm to mine association rules in Common Lisp. — MIT
  • cl-change-case — Convert strings between camelCase, param-case, PascalCase and more — LLGPL
  • cl-drm — Common Lisp bindings for libdrm — BSD 3-Clause
  • cl-egl — Common Lisp wrapper for libEGL — BSD 3-Clause
  • cl-gbm — Common Lisp wrapper for libgbm — BSD 3-Clause
  • cl-wayland — libwayland bindings for Common Lisp — BSD 3-Clause
  • cl-xkb — Common Lisp wrapper for libxkb — BSD 3-Clause
  • cltcl — Embed Tcl/Tk scripts in Common Lisp — MIT
  • diff-match-patch — A Common Lisp port of Neil Fraser's library of the same name — Apache 2.0
  • exit-hooks — Call registered function when Common Lisp Exits. — BSD
  • grovel-locally — Grovel using cffi and cache the result locally to the system — BSD 2 Clause
  • portable-threads — Portable Threads — Apache License 2.0
Updated projects: 3d-matrices3d-vectorsalexaalexandriaassoc-utilscavemancaveman2-widgetscfficircular-streamscl-anacl-autowrapcl-bootstrapcl-cudacl-hash-utilcl-html-parsecl-influxdbcl-kanrencl-l10ncl-libfarmhashcl-libhoedowncl-openglcl-protobufscl-pslibcl-quickcheckcl-rabbitcl-redditcl-scancl-sdl2cl-stringsclim-pkg-docclim-widgetscloser-mopclxcoleslawcolleencroatoandbusdexadoresrapesrap-liquidfiascofngendlglsl-specgraphhttp-bodyhu.dwim.graphvizhumblerhunchensocketjonathanlacklakelasslisp-criticmaxpcmcclimmitomodularize-hooksmodularize-interfacesnorthparse-floatpostmodernrecursive-restartrtg-mathrutilssnmpsnoozestumpwmtemporal-functionstrivial-string-templateubiquitousuiopusocketutilities.binary-dumpvarjoweblocksxml-emitterzs3.

Removed projects: asn.1, cl-bacteria, cl-binary-file, cl-btree, cl-ntriples, cl-op, cl-swap-file, cl-wal, cl-web-crawler, doplus, esrap-peg.

There are more removed projects than usual this month. asn.1 was removed by request of the author. esrap-peg no longer builds - it may be back soon. All the others are victims of Google Code and SourceForge. Their code can no longer be easily checked out or updated, they don't affect other projects, and nobody has come forward to move them somewhere else and maintain them. If you miss any of those projects, feel free to take it over and let me know.

To get this month's update, use (ql:update-dist "quicklisp"). Enjoy!

2016-10-12

Projects on the bubble

This month there are a number of projects that may be dropped from Quicklisp. They are hosted by Google Code and SourceForge, and the projects no longer check out properly. They are:
Each of these projects was downloaded between 4 and 6 times in the month of September. (No project in the entire dist was downloaded fewer than 4 times.)

I'm going to do some build-testing and see how widely this will impact other projects. If the damage is minimal, they will simply be dropped.

If you maintain (or want to maintain) one of these projects and want to see it remain in Quicklisp, please update its hosting and then get in touch.