- cl-isolated — A isolated environment for Common Lisp code evaluation — AGPLv3+
- cl-maxminddb — CL MaxMind DB — GNU Lesser General Public License, v3
- cl-semver — Semantic Version implementation — MIT
- cl-tui — High-level library for making Text User Interfaces — MIT
- cl-wavelets — Wavelet transform library — 2-clause BSD
- cl-zyre — Zyre is a ZeroMQ-based network protocol for clusters and service discovery. — MIT
- lisp-preprocessor — Common Lisp embedded template engine — MIT
- lispcord — A client library for the discordapp bot api — MIT
- magic-ed — Edit your code from REPL. — MIT
- mbe — Scheme Macros for Common Lisp — LGPL 2.1
- minilem — Minimal version of lem, emacs-like editor. A minimal self-modifying Common Lisp editor — MIT
- ops5 — The Ops5 programming language for production systems — Public Domain
- ratmath — Math utilities for working with rational numbers and intervals. — MIT
- rs-colors — A color data type for Common Lisp. — Modified BSD License
- s-graphviz — a s-expression presentation of GraphViz DOT language — MIT
- srfi-1 — List Library — MIT
- srfi-23 — SRFI 23: Error reporting mechanism — Unlicense
- srfi-6 — SRFI-6: Basic String Ports — Unlicense
- srfi-98 — SRFI 98: get-environment-variable — Unlicense
- trivial-coverage — A simple Common Lisp library to print out the code coverage collected. Supports SBCL and CCL. — MIT
- truetype-clx — Ripped out rendering from clx-truetype — MIT
- uax-15 — Common lisp implementation of Unicode normalization functions :nfc, :nfd, :nfkc and :nfkd (Uax-15) — MIT
Removed projects: bodge-nanovg, cl-fixtures, cl-gambol, cl-grace, cl-torrents, cl-transmission, clon, clx-cursor, clx-truetype, dbd-oracle, m2cl, x.fdatatypes, x.let-star.
This month has an unusually high number of removed projects. There are a couple causes. First, a number of projects have simply disappeared - they are gone from their source locations and there's no sign of a new home. Second, some projects stopped building (sometimes because of missing libraries in the first group, but not always) and weren't fixed in time for this release.
If you depend on one of these removed projects, I can try to help you get in touch with the author to get them back into Quicklisp. Otherwise, you may wish to stick with an older Quicklisp dist where they are still present.
To get this update, use (ql:update-dist "quicklisp").
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