CLISP includes an interpreter, a compiler, a debugger, CLOS, MOP, arbitrary precision floats, a foreign language interface and a socket interface. An X11 interface is available through CLX and Garnet. Command line editing is provided by readline which makes it one of the nicer lisps to use interactively - you can auto-complete function and file names with tab, use up arrow to get previous commands and it does paren-matching.
Cross-platform preemptive multiprocessing is in alpha.
CLISP was used to develop part of the Yahoo! Store e-commerce site.
The implementation notes constitute its reference guide.
Local CLISP links
- CLISP-Shell - A description of how to make CLISP work as a Unix shell.
- CLORB - CLORB is a CORBA ORB that implements the OMG Lisp Language Mapping for CORBA
- CloserLookAtCharacters - Characters are not their codes -- Encodings and external format in Common Lisp
- Garnet - Garnet is a user interface development environment and Graphics Toolkit for Common Lisp and
- Langband - Langband is a rewrite of the popular roguelike role-playing Game Angband
- Le Sursis - Le Sursis is a Web tool for writing CGI scripts
- TutorialClispDebugger - Small Clisp Debugger Tutorial
- Unicode Support - Unicode Support varies in different Lisps