ClearLisp v.1.0

ClearLisp is a Common Lisp interpreter written in C# with a large library including all of .NET and an extensive object model. Supports IIS and XSP or Apache with mono. Includes sample code of a personal, file based wiki web application.

ClearLisp is a Common Lisp interpreter written ...

  • ClearLisp
  • 1.0
  • 07 Aug 12
  • jtolenaar
  • Windows; Mac; Linux
  • Freeware
  • 87 Kb
  • 185
  • Free

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