- Robert Smith presented A Tutorial for Creating and Publishing Open Source Lisp Software at ILC last year; it includes details on integrating with Quicklisp
- Anton Vodonosov has written two examples of how to load Quicklisp for a project: method 1, method 2
- I wrote a bit about how to "lock" Quicklisp at a particular set of libraries, and how to make it work across separate development systems on the lisp-hug mailing list
I have my own system for fetching and using Quicklisp for my deployable projects, but I haven't refined it enough to write about it yet. How are you using Quicklisp to do neat stuff?
As I said, method1 is inherited from Mike Travers. BTW, the link points to the particular commit in git. In the master branch I've added a :version parameter to require-quicklisp: https://github.com/avodonosov/heroku-buildpack-cl2/blob/master/bin/compile.lispReplyDelete