2022-11-06

November 2022 Quicklisp dist update now available

 New projects:

  • 40ants-asdf-system — Provides a class for being used instead of asdf:package-inferred-system. — BSD
  • action-list — An implementation of action lists — zlib
  • adp — Add Documentation, Please. A documentation generator. — The Unlicense
  • anatevka — A distributed blossom algorithm for minimum-weight perfect matching. — MIT
  • cl-annot-revisit — Re-implementation of 'cl-annot', an annotation syntax library for Common Lisp. — WTFPL
  • cl-bloom-filter — Just another Common Lisp bloom filter implementation, enjoy it! — 
  • cl-cblas — A cl-autowrap generated wrapper around CBLAS which provides a C interface to the Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms. — MIT
  • cl-djula-svg — Handle SVGs in Djula Templates — MIT
  • cl-djula-tailwind — Tailwind classes for Djula templates — MIT
  • cl-facts — in-memory graph database — ISC
  • cl-glib — GLib binding for Common Lisp. — lgpl3
  • cl-gobject-introspection-wrapper — Wrap and call GObject Introspection FFI function in LISP style, based on cl-gobject-introspection. — lgpl3
  • cl-lessp — Generic order predicate — ISC
  • cl-oju — Common Lisp equivalents of core Clojure functions, especially sequence-related ones — MIT
  • cl-rollback — rollback functions — ISC
  • cl-sentry-client — Sentry client — MIT
  • cl-union-find — An implementation of UNION-FIND datastructure — LGPL
  • climc — A common lisp Instant Messaging client. — MIT License
  • clog-plotly — New CLOG System — BSD
  • clog-terminal — CLOG Terminal — BSD
  • de-mock-racy — Simplistic mocking library. — BSD simplified
  • distributions — Random numbers and distributions — MS-PL
  • dsm — Destructuring match — MIT
  • easy-macros — An easier way to write 90% of your macros — Apache License, Version 2.0
  • filesystem-utils — A collection of utilities for filesystem interaction. — zlib
  • filter-maker — CLIM program for letting users make filters out of predicates and keys. — BSD 2-Clause
  • fiveam-matchers — An extensible matchers library for FiveAM — Apache License, Version 2.0
  • infix-reader — A reader macro to allow for infix syntax with { ... } — Unlicence
  • input-event-codes — Port of all constants from input-event-codes.h from both Linux and FreeBSD — MIT
  • instance-tracking — Defines a class that tracks its instances — MIT
  • json-lib — A simple and relatively fast JSON parser and encoder — MIT
  • lineva — Linear evaluation macro system — GPLv3
  • luckless — Lockless data structures — zlib
  • more-cffi — Extension of the CFFI project. A facility to wrap C bindings and write documentation. — The Unlicense
  • music-spelling — Automatic pitch and rhythm spelling. — Apache 2.0
  • nail — library providing convenient functions for working with linalg, statistics and probability. — MIT
  • ndebug — A toolkit to construct interface-aware yet standard-compliant debugger hooks. — BSD 3-Clause
  • numericals — A high performance numerical computing library for Common Lisp (focus: basic math operations) — MIT
  • ospm — OS package manager interface — BSD 3-Clause
  • pero — Logging and text file perations library — MIT
  • pk-serialize — Serialization of Common Lisp data structures — MIT
  • statistics — A consolidated system of statistical functions — MS-PL
  • stepster — Web scraping library — MIT
  • testiere — Up Front Testing for DEFUN and DEFMETHOD — GPLv3
  • trivial-sanitize — clean html strings: "foo" → "foo" — LLGPL
  • tsqueue — Thread Safe Queue — MIT
  • typo — A portable type inference library for Common Lisp — MIT
  • wayflan — From-scratch Wayland client implementation — BSD 3-Clause
  • yah — Yet Another Heap — BSD-3

Updated projects: 3d-quaternions, 3d-vectors, abstract-arrays, acclimation, agnostic-lizard, alexandria-plus, architecture.builder-protocol, array-utils, assoc-utils, auto-restart, bdef, bit-smasher, blackbird, bp, bst, caveman, cephes.cl, cerberus, cffi, chunga, ci, ci-utils, cl+ssl, cl-all, cl-async, cl-autowrap, cl-bmas, cl-charms, cl-collider, cl-confidence, cl-cron, cl-data-structures, cl-form-types, cl-forms, cl-gamepad, cl-generator, cl-git, cl-gserver, cl-i18n, cl-info, cl-interpol, cl-isaac, cl-json-pointer, cl-kaputt, cl-las, cl-lib-helper, cl-liballegro, cl-liballegro-nuklear, cl-libuv, cl-lzlib, cl-marshal, cl-migratum, cl-mixed, cl-mock, cl-naive-store, cl-openal, cl-patterns, cl-pdf, cl-protobufs, cl-randist, cl-random-forest, cl-replica, cl-scsu, cl-semver, cl-sendgrid, cl-ses4, cl-steamworks, cl-str, cl-telegram-bot, cl-tls, cl-torrents, cl-unix-sockets, cl-utils, cl-wav, cl-webkit, cl-xkb, cl-yaml, cl-yxorp, cl-zstd, clack, clgplot, clingon, clj-re, clobber, clog, clog-ace, closer-mop, clsql, clss, cluffer, clunit2, clx, cmd, coleslaw, common-lisp-jupyter, commondoc-markdown, compiler-macro-notes, conduit-packages, consfigurator, croatoan, css-lite, cytoscape-clj, damn-fast-priority-queue, data-frame, data-lens, data-table, datamuse, defmain, dense-arrays, depot, dexador, dfio, dissect, doc, docparser, docs-builder, eclector, erudite, extensible-compound-types, fast-io, fiveam-asdf, flare, float-features, font-discovery, for, functional-trees, github-api-cl, gtirb-capstone, gtirb-functions, gtwiwtg, gute, harmony, http2, hunchensocket, hunchentoot-errors, imago, in-nomine, ironclad, jp-numeral, json-schema, jsonrpc, kekule-clj, lack, latter-day-paypal, lift, linear-programming, linear-programming-glpk, lisp-binary, lisp-critic, lisp-namespace, lisp-stat, lisp-unit2, literate-lisp, log4cl-extras, ltk, lunamech-matrix-api, markup, math, mcclim, mito, mnas-graph, mnas-package, multiposter, mutility, myway, neural-classifier, nfiles, nhooks, nkeymaps, nodgui, numcl, numerical-utilities, nyxt, omglib, one-more-re-nightmare, osc, osicat, overlord, papyrus, parachute, pathname-utils, periods, petalisp, pgloader, piping, plot, plump, polymorphic-functions, posix-shm, postmodern, pp-toml, query-fs, quick-patch, quri, random-state, replic, rutils, sel, select, serapeum, shasht, shop3, simple-neural-network, sketch, skippy-renderer, slite, sly, snakes, special-functions, speechless, spinneret, staple, stripe-against-the-modern-world, stumpwm, stumpwm-dynamic-float, tfeb-lisp-hax, tfeb-lisp-tools, trace-db, trivial-clipboard, trivial-extensible-sequences, trivial-file-size, trivial-mimes, uax-15, uiop, usocket, utilities.print-items, utilities.print-tree, vellum, vellum-binary, vellum-postmodern, vk, with-c-syntax, wuwei, xml-emitter, yason, zippy.

Removed projects: cl-json-template, cl-schedule, cl-splicing-macro, mito-attachment, trivial-timers.

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

I apologize for the long gap between this update and the last. I intend to get back on a monthly schedule.

2022-07-08

July 2022 Quicklisp dist update now available

 New projects

  • abstract-arrays — Julia's AbstractArray like abstraction for Common Lisp. — MIT
  • avl-tree — An implementation of the AVL tree data structure. — MIT
  • binary-parser — A toolset for parsing binary data formats. — MIT
  • binary-search-tree — An implementation of the binary search tree data structure. — MIT
  • cl-bmas — A Common Lisp wrapper around BMAS - a BLAS like library with support for integers, basic math operations, trigonometry, and more. — MIT
  • cl-confidence — A Simple Interactive Test Framework for Common Lisp — MIT
  • cl-libinput — Common Lisp wrapper for libinput — BSD 3-Clause
  • cl-mdb — cl-mdb: a simple in-memory key-value database — MulanPubL-2.0
  • cl-morse — Library for translating ASCII letters to morse code and back. — BSD-3clause
  • cl-rashell — Resilient replicant Shell Programming Library for Common Lisp — MIT
  • cl-replica — Library for hash-table replication via epidemic algorithms — BSD
  • cl-secp256k1 — FFI findings for secp256k1 library — MIT
  • cl-sysexits — Exit codes defined in sysexits.h — BSD-3-Clause
  • cl-voipms — Common Lisp HTTP api client to the voip.ms api. — BSD
  • clog-ace — CLOG Ace Editor Plugin — BSD
  • cluster — A set of utilities for Common Lisp, including a full prototype system — MIT
  • clustered-intset — Implements a non-negative keyed set of integers favoring clustered keys. — MIT
  • convolution-kernel — An implementation of a kernel useful for convolution-like cellular transformations across a grid. — MIT
  • dense-arrays — Numpy like array objects for Common Lisp — MIT
  • doubly-linked-list — An implementation of the doubly linked list data structure. — MIT
  • dungen — A procedural dungeon generator. — MIT
  • dynamic-array — An optimized 1-dimensional array of fixnums that automatically re-adjusts in size. — MIT
  • easter-gauss — Calculate the Ester date from year using the method developed from Gauss. — MIT
  • erjoalgo-webutil — Framework for defining [oauth] http api client & sever. — GPLv3
  • extensible-compound-types — EXTENSIBLE-COMPOUND-TYPES for user-defined compound-types like (array &optional element-type dimension-spec) — MIT
  • freebsd-ffi — A small, but growing collection of syscall and base install library FFI wrappers for FreeBSD. — BSD2
  • gfxmath — A graphics math library. — MIT
  • github-api-cl — The lite Github rest v3 api client SDK — Apache
  • glsl-metadata — A computer-readable representation of all versions of the OpenGL Shader Language specifications. — MIT
  • grid-formation — Simple cellular grid formations and algorithms. — MIT
  • http2 — HTTP2 protocol implementation — MIT
  • identifier-pool — A simple generational identification number allocator. — MIT
  • mfiano-utils — A utility library. — MIT
  • mstrings — Pretty multiline strings Reader Macro — BSD 3-Clause
  • nibbles-streams — Proof of concept for lossless audio compressor — 2-clause BSD
  • nkeymaps — General-purpose keymap management à-la Emacs. — BSD 3-Clause
  • nlopt — Common Lisp interface to Non-linear optimization library NLopt — MIT
  • qoi — Library for encoding/decoding QOI (Quite OK Image Format) files — MIT
  • quad-tree — An implementation of the quad tree data structure. — MIT
  • red-black-tree — An implementation of the red-black search tree data structure. — MIT
  • slot-map — An implementation of the slot-map data structure. — MIT
  • sparse-set — An implementation of the sparse set data structure. — MIT
  • tile-grid — A simple tile grid implementation. — MIT
  • trivial-coerce — `trivial-coerce` primarily provides a `trivial-coerce:coerce` function intended as an extensible alternative to `cl:coerce`. — MIT
  • vellum-binary — vellum custom binary format. — BSD simplified

Updated projects: 3bmd, 3d-vectors, access, acclimation, alexandria, also-alsa, april, array-operations, bdef, bike, binpack, bit-smasher, black-tie, bodge-utilities, bordeaux-threads, bp, check-bnf, ci, ci-utils, cl+ssl, cl-advice, cl-ana, cl-beanstalk, cl-collider, cl-cookie, cl-cram, cl-data-structures, cl-dot, cl-etcd, cl-flow, cl-forms, cl-freetype2, cl-gamepad, cl-git, cl-gserver, cl-heredoc, cl-info, cl-inotify, cl-isaac, cl-json, cl-json-pointer, cl-lib-helper, cl-liballegro, cl-liballegro-nuklear, cl-lzlib, cl-markless, cl-migratum, cl-mixed, cl-muth, cl-naive-store, cl-patterns, cl-readline, cl-riff, cl-sat, cl-sdl2, cl-sendgrid, cl-skip-list, cl-str, cl-telegram-bot, cl-veq, cl-vorbis, cl-wavelets, cl-webkit, cl-zstd, clack, clog, closer-mop, clss, cluffer, clx, cmd, coleslaw, common-doc, common-lisp-jupyter, consfigurator, core-reader, cricket, croatoan, ctype, cubic-bezier, data-lens, declt, defmain, deploy, depot, dexador, dissect, djula, documentation-utils-extensions, drakma, duologue, easy-audio, easy-routes, eclector, factory-alien, fast-websocket, file-notify, flac-metadata, float-features, font-discovery, fresnel, functional-trees, gendl, generalized-reference, glsl-toolkit, gtirb-functions, gute, harmony, hu.dwim.quasi-quote, hu.dwim.sdl, hu.dwim.walker, hu.dwim.web-server, hu.dwim.zlib, hunchentoot-errors, imago, jingoh, jsown-utils, kekule-clj, latter-day-paypal, lichat-protocol, lichat-tcp-client, linear-programming, lisp-binary, literate-lisp, local-time, log4cl-extras, ltk, maiden, mailgun, markup, math, mcclim, mito, mmap, mnas-graph, mnas-hash-table, mnas-package, mnas-path, mnas-string, mutility, neo4cl, neural-classifier, nfiles, nhooks, nodgui, null-package, nyxt, omglib, one-more-re-nightmare, origin, patchwork, pathname-utils, perceptual-hashes, petalisp, pgloader, plump, pngload, polymorphic-functions, print-licenses, prompt-for, purgatory, py4cl, quri, random-uuid, read-as-string, rpcq, sc-extensions, scheduler, scriba, seedable-rng, sel, serapeum, shadow, shasht, shop3, simple-config, slite, sly, speechless, stripe, stumpwm, tfeb-lisp-hax, tfeb-lisp-tools, trivia, trivial-benchmark, trivial-json-codec, trivial-mimes, trivial-monitored-thread, trivial-object-lock, trivial-rfc-1123, trivial-utilities, trucler, ttt, type-i, umbra, utilities.print-items, vellum, vellum-csv, vgplot, vivid-colors, vivid-diff, vk, woo, workout-timer, xmls, yason, zippy.

Removed projects: algae, climc, golden-utils, mop-utils, parsley, sn.man.

The removed projects have been removed by their authors upstream, or no longer build.

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

2022-04-05

March 2022 Quicklisp dist update now available

 New projects

  • asn1 — ASN.1 encoder/decoder — BSD 2-Clause
  • auto-restart — automatically generate restart-cases for the most common use cases, and also use the restart for automatic retries — Apache License, Version 2.0
  • cl-advice — Portable advice for Common Lisp — LGPL
  • cl-gltf — A library to parse the glTF file format. — zlib
  • clgplot — A Gnuplot front-end for Common lisp — MIT Licence
  • clusters — Cluster algorithms in CL, for CL. — BSD simplified
  • generalized-reference — Generalized reference over structured data by pairwise reduction of arbitrary place identifiers for Common Lisp. — MIT
  • jsown-utils — Utilities for Common Lisp JSON library jsown — MIT
  • maidenhead — Convert coordinates between Latitude/Longitude and Maidenhead. — GPL-3
  • olc — Convert coordinates between Latitude/Longitude and Open Location Code. — GPL-3
  • one-more-re-nightmare — A regular expression compiler — BSD 2-clause
  • posix-shm — POSIX shared memory — BSD 3-Clause

Updated projects: 3b-bmfont, 3d-matrices, 3d-quaternions, 3d-transforms, a-cl-logger, access, adhoc, adopt, alexandria, april, arc-compat, architecture.builder-protocol, bp, chunga, ci, cl+ssl, cl-apertium-stream-parser, cl-capstone, cl-collider, cl-covid19, cl-data-structures, cl-dct, cl-diskspace, cl-editdistance, cl-forms, cl-fxml, cl-gamepad, cl-gopher, cl-gserver, cl-info, cl-isaac, cl-kaputt, cl-kraken, cl-lambdacalc, cl-liballegro-nuklear, cl-markless, cl-migratum, cl-mixed, cl-myriam, cl-online-learning, cl-patterns, cl-protobufs, cl-python, cl-random-forest, cl-sat, cl-sat.glucose, cl-sat.minisat, cl-sdl2, cl-smt-lib, cl-sparql, cl-str, cl-telegram-bot, cl-torrents, cl-vorbis, cl-wavelets, cl-webkit, cl-who, cl-wol, cl-yxorp, clingon, clog, closer-mop, cmd, com-on, common-lisp-jupyter, commondoc-markdown, conduit-packages, context-lite, croatoan, defmain, depot, doc, easy-routes, eazy-gnuplot, envy, esrap, event-emitter, factory-alien, file-select, fiveam, fmt, font-discovery, fresnel, functional-trees, gendl, geodesic, graph, gute, harmony, herodotus, hunchentoot-multi-acceptor, imago, jingoh, jose, journal, latter-day-paypal, let-over-lambda, lisp-binary, log4cl-extras, maiden, mcclim, media-types, mgl-pax, mgrs, mmap, mnas-package, mutility, named-readtables, neo4cl, nfiles, nibbles, nyxt, open-location-code, overlord, paren6, parsnip, pjlink, plot, polymorphic-functions, protobuf, qlot, query-repl, read-number, rove, rs-colors, sc-extensions, scriba, sel, serapeum, shasht, sly, snakes, speechless, spinneret, stumpwm, tfeb-lisp-tools, tiny-routes, trace-db, trivia, trivial-do, try, usocket, websocket-driver, xmls, yason, zippy.

Removed projects: cl-cut.

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

2022-02-22

February 2022 Quicklisp dist update now available

 New projects

  • 3d-quaternions — A utility library implementing quaternion and dual-quaternion functionality. — zlib
  • 3d-transforms — A utility library implementing a common structure to encapsulate spatial transformations — zlib
  • ci — A tool simplify continuous deployment for Common Lisp projects. — BSD
  • cl-lambdacalc — Define Lisp functions using lambda calculus syntax — MIT
  • cl-lib-helper — For common-lisp, organisation of popular functionalities in a central, easy-to-browse set of packages. — MIT
  • cl-myriam — Simple actor model implementation for local and remote actors — 3-clause BSD
  • cl-tar — A high level interface for tar archives — MIT
  • cl-tar-file — A system for reading and writing physical entries from/to tar files. — BSD-style (http://opensource.org/licenses/BSD-3-Clause)
  • cl-veq — reasonably fast operations for 1d, 2d, 3d vectors and arrays of vectors. — MIT
  • cl-wol — CLI built on top of the cl-wol.core system — BSD 2-Clause
  • clop — CLOP - Common Lisp tOml Parser — MIT
  • factory-alien — Factory alien is a library for generating fixture data for testing applications. — MIT
  • in-nomine — Utilities for extensible namespaces in Common Lisp. — LLGPL
  • journal — A library for logging, tracing, testing and persistence. — MIT, see COPYING.
  • json-schema — JSON schema validation — LLGPL
  • mgl — MGL is a machine learning library for backpropagation neural networks, boltzmann machines, gaussian processes and more. — MIT, see COPYING.
  • mgl-mat — MAT is library for working with multi-dimensional arrays which supports efficient interfacing to foreign and CUDA code. BLAS and CUBLAS bindings are available. — MIT
  • mk-defsystem — The MK-DEFSYSTEM ASDF System. — Other
  • named-closure — Named closures — GPLv3+
  • nfiles — Manage file persistence and loading. — BSD 3-Clause
  • nhooks — Improved hooks facility inspired by Serapeum. — MIT
  • phos — An experimental Gemini client library — ISC
  • stumpwm-dynamic-float — stumpwm-dynamic-float is an extension to the X window manager "StumpWM". It provides a dynamic-tiling environment based on StumpWM's floating-group. — MIT
  • tiny-routes — A tiny routing library for Common Lisp targeting Clack. — BSD 3-Clause
  • try — Try is a test framework. — MIT, see COPYING.
  • with-branching — An implementation of macroexpand-time conditionalization — MIT

Updated projects: 3d-matrices, 3d-vectors, adhoc, alexandria, amb, anaphora, array-operations, birch, bitio, bknr-datastore, bnf, caveman, chameleon, check-bnf, chipz, cl+ssl, cl-ana, cl-apertium-stream-parser, cl-catmull-rom-spline, cl-data-structures, cl-erlang-term, cl-fad, cl-fix, cl-forms, cl-gopher, cl-gserver, cl-hamcrest, cl-info, cl-json, cl-kraken, cl-markless, cl-mathstats, cl-mixed, cl-pdf, cl-ppcre, cl-schedule, cl-sdl2, cl-str, cl-tld, cl-utils, cl-webkit, clack, claxy, clerk, climc, climon, clingon, clml, clobber, clog, closer-mop, collectors, common-doc, commondoc-markdown, consfigurator, croatoan, ctype, defmain, deploy, depot, dexador, djula, doc, ernestine, esrap, external-symbol-not-found, fiveam, flexi-streams, fresnel, functional-trees, gadgets, gtwiwtg, harmony, helambdap, herodotus, ieee-floats, imago, introspect-environment, ironclad, lack, lake, latter-day-paypal, lichat-protocol, lichat-serverlib, lichat-tcp-client, lichat-tcp-server, lichat-ws-server, lionchat, lisp-binary, lmdb, log4cl-extras, lsx, lunamech-matrix-api, maiden, math, mcclim, mgl-pax, micmac, mnas-package, mutility, named-readtables, neo4cl, neural-classifier, nyxt, omglib, opticl, osicat, overlord, papyrus, petalisp, polymorphic-functions, postmodern, purgatory, qbase64, qlot, random-state, rove, safe-read, scriba, sel, serapeum, shasht, shop3, slime, slite, sly, spinneret, stripe-against-the-modern-world, stumpwm, symbol-munger, ten, tfeb-lisp-hax, tooter, track-best, trivial-extensible-sequences, trivial-package-local-nicknames, trivial-utf-8, trucler, uncursed, vellum, vellum-csv, vivid-colors, vivid-diff, vk, websocket-driver, with-contexts, wordnet, xhtmlambda, yason, zippy.

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

Enjoy!

2021-12-30

(Second) December 2021 Quicklisp dist update now available

 New projects:

  • adhoc — Another Declarative Hierarchical Object-centric CLOS Customization — GPLv3
  • amb — An implementation of John McCarthy's ambiguous operator — MIT
  • fsocket — Franks socket API — MIT
  • lisp-interface-library — Long name alias for lil — MIT
  • polymorphic-functions — Type based dispatch for Common Lisp — MIT
  • purgatory — A simple implementation of the 9p filesystem protocol. — LLGPL
  • quux-hunchentoot — Thread pooling for hunchentoot — MIT
  • schannel — CFFI wrapper to SChannel — MIT
  • trivial-package-locks — A standard interface to the various package lock implementations. — MIT

Updated projects: alexandria-plus, bitfield, cl+ssl, cl-ana, cl-collider, cl-data-structures, cl-enumeration, cl-form-types, cl-gserver, cl-incognia, cl-info, cl-kraken, cl-sdl2, cl-unification, cl-webdriver-client, clad, clast, clazy, clingon, clog, closer-mop, consfigurator, contextl, croatoan, cserial-port, dartsclhashtree, defenum, definer, defmain, doc, fare-scripts, fof, fresnel, gendl, glsl-toolkit, hash-set, helambdap, hu.dwim.asdf, hu.dwim.def, hu.dwim.defclass-star, hu.dwim.graphviz, hu.dwim.logger, hu.dwim.presentation, hu.dwim.reiterate, hu.dwim.stefil, hu.dwim.util, hu.dwim.web-server, imago, lack, lichat-protocol, literate-lisp, log4cl-extras, math, mcclim, mgl-pax, mnas-string, monomyth, neural-classifier, new-op, ningle, nyaml, nyxt, omglib, ook, opticl, petalisp, pgloader, polisher, printv, promise, random-sample, safe-read, sc-extensions, scheduler, sel, serapeum, slite, sly, smug, stumpwm, tfeb-lisp-tools, trivial-cltl2, trivial-garbage, trucler, uncursed, vecto, vellum, vgplot.

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

Enjoy!

edit Oops. I forgot I already have a December release. Oh well, enjoy a double-update month!

2021-12-09

December 2021 Quicklisp dist update now available

 New projects: 

  • chain — Two chaining/piping macros, one of them `setf`ing its first argument — BSD-3
  • cl-getopt — CFFI wrapper to the libc getopt_long function — Public Domain
  • cl-tls — An implementation of the Transport Layer Security Protocols — BSD-3-Clause
  • dotenv — Ease pain with working with .env files. — MIT
  • latter-day-paypal — Paypal api wrapper. — MIT
  • lunamech-matrix-api — An implementation of the Matrix API taken from LunaMech see https://lunamech.com — MIT
  • stripe-against-the-modern-world — Implementation of the Stripe API. — MIT
  • verlet — Verlet is a simple physics engine based on verlet integration. It supports particles with position and direction, springs between particles, global gravity as well as gravity between particles, and spacial constraints. — BSD-3

Updated projects: adopt, aether, alexandria, anaphora, arrival, aserve, basic-binary-ipc, bdef, bodge-host, caveman, chameleon, check-bnf, cl+ssl, cl-apertium-stream-parser, cl-autowrap, cl-bus, cl-collider, cl-conllu, cl-cron, cl-cxx-jit, cl-data-structures, cl-decimals, cl-enchant, cl-etcd, cl-form-types, cl-gamepad, cl-gcrypt, cl-general-accumulator, cl-gpio, cl-gserver, cl-info, cl-just-getopt-parser, cl-kraken, cl-l10n, cl-liballegro, cl-liballegro-nuklear, cl-mixed, cl-mpg123, cl-opencl, cl-patterns, cl-permutation, cl-progress-bar, cl-prolog2, cl-sparql, cl-string-match, cl-tld, cl-utils, cl-webdriver-client, cl-webkit, cl-yxorp, clack, clack-static-asset-middleware, clad, clingon, clip, clog, closer-mop, cmd, common-lisp-jupyter, commondoc-markdown, compiler-macro-notes, consfigurator, croatoan, cserial-port, data-frame, defconfig, defmain, dexador, djula, doc, docs-builder, easy-audio, fiveam, fiveam-asdf, gadgets, gendl, glacier, gtirb-capstone, gtirb-functions, gute, harmony, helambdap, hu.dwim.defclass-star, hu.dwim.perec, hu.dwim.presentation, hu.dwim.web-server, jingoh, lack, lichat-protocol, lichat-tcp-client, lift, lisp-stat, log4cl, log4cl-extras, maiden, mcclim, mgl-pax, micmac, millet, mito, mnas-package, mnas-string, mutility, named-readtables, nibbles, nodgui, numcl, numerical-utilities, nyxt, omglib, opticl, osicat, overlord, petalisp, plot, portal, postmodern, pp-toml, py4cl2, qlot, quilc, retrospectiff, rove, sel, serapeum, shop3, sly, snappy, static-dispatch, stefil-, structure-ext, stumpwm, tfeb-lisp-tools, trivial-features, trivial-timeout, trivial-utf-8, trivialib.bdd, uax-15, vas-string-metrics, vellum, vellum-csv, vellum-postmodern, vivid-colors, vivid-diff, wallstreetflets, woo, xhtmlambda, zippy.

Removed projects: lisp-interface-library, quux-hunchentoot.

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

2021-10-20

October 2021 Quicklisp dist update now available

 New projects

  • alexandria-plus — A conservative set of extensions to Alexandria utilities — Microsoft Public License
  • autoexport — A small library to automatically export definitions — BSD-3-Clause
  • cephes.cl — Wrapper for the Cephes Mathematical Library — Microsoft Public License
  • cl-apertium-stream-parser — Apertium stream parser written in Common Lisp — Apache-2.0
  • cl-bus — A(n almost) referentially transparent interface for streams — BSD-3
  • cl-cram — A simple, Progress bar for Common Lisp — MIT
  • cl-earley-parser — Natural language parser using Jay Earleys well-known algorithm — MIT
  • cl-etcd — Run etcd as an asynchronous inferior process. — AGPL3
  • cl-gcrypt — Common Lisp bindings for libgcrypt — LGPLv2.1
  • cl-termbox — Bindings for termbox library, a minimalistic library for building text-mode applications without curses — MIT license
  • cl-with — WITH- group with- macros, allocate objects and rebind slots — BSD 3-clause
  • cl-yxorp — A reverse proxy server that supports WebSocket, HTTP, HTTPS, HTTP to HTTPS redirecting, port and host forwarding configuration using a real programming language, HTTP header and body manipulation (also using a real programming language). — AGPL3
  • claxy — Simple proxy middleware for clack — Apache License, version 2.0
  • clerk — A cron-like scheduler with sane DSL — MIT
  • clingon — Command-line options parser system for Common Lisp — BSD 2-Clause
  • clutter — Cluttering classes and slots with annotations/decorators/attributes metadata — LGPL
  • commondoc-markdown — Converter from Markdown to CommonDoc. — Unlicense
  • compiler-macro-notes — Provides a macro and some conditions for use within macros and compiler-macros. — MIT
  • ctype — An implementation of the Common Lisp type system. — BSD
  • docs-builder — A meta documentation builder for Common Lisp projects. — Unlicense
  • funds — portable, purely functional data structures in Common Lisp — Apache 2.0
  • geodesic — Library for geodesic calculations. — ISC
  • hashtrie — An implementation of the Hash Trie datastructure, based on Clojure's — Eclipse 2.0
  • mcase — Control frow macros with case comprehensiveness checking. — Public domain
  • mnas-path — Describe mnas-path here — GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3, 29 June 2007 or later
  • parsnip — Parser combinator library — BSD 3-Clause
  • promise — A small, independent promise library for asynchronous frameworks — zlib
  • quick-patch — Easily override quicklisp projects without using git submodules — Mozilla Public License 2.0
  • strict-function — Utility of function definition — MIT
  • vivid-colors — colored object printer — MIT
  • vivid-diff — Colored object diff viewer. — MIT

Updated projects: 3d-matrices, also-alsa, april, architecture.builder-protocol, bdef, beast, bike, bnf, bp, chameleon, check-bnf, chirp, ci-utils, cl+ssl, cl-ana, cl-ansi-term, cl-ansi-text, cl-async, cl-bloggy, cl-collider, cl-colors2, cl-cron, cl-data-structures, cl-dbi, cl-digraph, cl-environments, cl-form-types, cl-forms, cl-gearman, cl-gserver, cl-info, cl-kraken, cl-liballegro-nuklear, cl-libsvm, cl-marshal, cl-megolm, cl-mixed, cl-opencl, cl-opencl-utils, cl-patterns, cl-pdf, cl-permutation, cl-png, cl-readline, cl-schedule, cl-sdl2-mixer, cl-ses4, cl-telebot, cl-utils, cl-wave-file-writer, cl-webdriver-client, cl-webkit, cletris, clj-re, clog, closer-mop, cluffer, clunit2, clx, cmd, colored, common-lisp-jupyter, concrete-syntax-tree, consfigurator, core-reader, croatoan, cytoscape-clj, dartsclhashtree, data-frame, defmain, dfio, djula, dns-client, doc, doplus, easy-routes, eclector, esrap, fare-scripts, fof, fresnel, functional-trees, gadgets, gendl, generic-cl, glacier, gtirb-capstone, gute, harmony, hash-table-ext, helambdap, hunchenissr, imago, ironclad, jingoh, kekule-clj, lack, lambda-fiddle, lass, legit, lisp-namespace, lisp-stat, literate-lisp, log4cl, log4cl-extras, lsx, maiden, markup, math, matrix-case, mcclim, messagebox, mgl-pax, micmac, millet, mito, mnas-graph, mnas-hash-table, mnas-package, mnas-string, mutility, null-package, numerical-utilities, nyxt, omglib, osicat, parachute, petalisp, physical-quantities, plot, portal, postmodern, pp-toml, prompt-for, qlot, query-repl, quilc, read-as-string, resignal-bind, rove, rpcq, salza2, sel, serapeum, sha1, shasht, shop3, sketch, slite, smart-buffer, spinneret, staple, static-dispatch, stealth-mixin, structure-ext, swank-protocol, sycamore, tfeb-lisp-hax, tfeb-lisp-tools, tooter, trace-db, trestrul, trivia, trivial-with-current-source-form, uax-15, uncursed, vellum, vellum-postmodern, vgplot, vk, whirlog, with-c-syntax, zippy.

Removed projects: adw-charting, cl-batis, cl-bunny, cl-dbi-connection-pool, cl-reddit, cl-server-manager, corona, gordon, hemlock, hunchenissr-routes, prepl, s-protobuf, submarine, torta, trivial-swank, weblocks-examples, weblocks-prototype-js, weblocks-tree-widget, weblocks-utils.

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

There are a lot of removed projects this month. These projects no longer build with recent SBCLs, and all bug reports have gone ignored for many months. If one of these projects is important to you, consider contributing to its maintenance and help it work again.

Incidentally, this is the eleventh anniversary of the first Quicklisp dist release back in October 2010.