- birch — A simple Common Lisp IRC client library — MIT
- bytecurry.mocks — Tools to mock functions for unit tests — MIT
- carrier — An async HTTP client — MIT
- cl-cookie — HTTP cookie manager — BSD 2-Clause
- cl-coveralls — Coverage tracker for Coveralls — BSD 2-Clause
- cl-groupby — groupby: A higher order function named groupby as known from Scala. — MIT
- cl-openstack-client — OpenStack client libraries — Apache-2.0
- cl-poker-eval — 7-card hand poker evaluator — BSD
- cl-shellwords — Common Lisp port of Ruby's shellwords.rb, for escaping and splitting strings to be passed to a shell. — MIT
- cl-singleton-mixin — provides singleton-mixin class. — MIT
- dexador — Yet another HTTP client for Common Lisp — MIT
- duologue — High-level user interaction library for Common Lisp — MIT
- dyna — Dyna is an AWS DynamoDB ORM for Common Lisp. — MIT
- find-port — Find open ports programmatically. — MIT
- fmt — Extensible format-like facility — MIT
- folio2 — the folio2 functional-idioms system — Lisp Lesser GNU Public License
- immutable-struct — Library that encourage the use of functional programming + pattern matching — LLGPL
- jonathan — JSON encoder and decoder. — MIT
- json-responses — Canned JSON responses for Hunchentoot — MIT
- kebab — Common Lisp string,symbol,keyword PascalCase <=> camelCase <=> snake_case <=> kebab-case(lisp-case) converter. — LLGPL
- lack — A minimal Clack — LLGPL
- metap — Metap provides metaclass propagation along class inheritance structure. — MIT
- nsort — Natural or Numeric Sort — BSD Simplified
- plump-bundle — A binary storage format for Plump documents. — Artistic
- proc-parse — Procedural vector parser — BSD 2-Clause
- quadtree — Quadtree data structure in Common Lisp — MIT
- quasiquote-2.0 — Writing macros that write macros. Effortless. — MIT
- scriba — A markup format similar to Scribe. — MIT
- should-test — Minimal yet feature-rich Common Lisp test framework. — MIT
- string-escape — Emacs and Python style string escapes in #"..." form. — GPLv3
- thorn — A CommonDoc extension for entering special characters. — MIT
- trivia — NON-optimized pattern matcher compatible with OPTIMA, with extensible optimizer interface and clean codebase — LLGPL
- trivia.balland2006 — Optimizer for Trivia based on (Balland 2006) — LLGPL
- type-i — Type Inference Utility on Fundamentally 1-arg Predicates — LLGPL
- type-r — Collections of accessor functions and patterns to access the elements in compound type specifier, e.g. `dimensions' in `(array element-type dimensions)' — LLGPL
- unix-opts — minimalistic parser of command line arguments — MIT
Removed projects: autoproject, brlapi, cambl, cl-couch, cl-ledger, hctsmsl, nekthuth, red-black.
To get these updates, use (ql:update-dist "quicklisp").
What's up with cambl (and by dependeny cl-ledger)?ReplyDelete
Does cambl fail to build?
red-black has a serious problem, and the author is no longer interested in maintaining it (or his other projects).Delete
https://github.com/quicklisp/quicklisp-projects/commit/8ef60cbf6c49dbddb889b783b163849e7a356734 has some links to more info.
Hey! I've just tried to open the [scriba blog link](https://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=966494149405077884) but what I got is a screen saying:ReplyDelete
Your current account (firstname.lastname@example.org) does not have access to view this page.
Click [here] to logout and change accounts.
What does that mean? I have not another (and I don't want it to). D'you know?. I want one (and only one) google acc. for everything google. Got so upset!. Bye!
I made a bad link in the post. I've updated it to https://github.com/CommonDoc/scribaDelete