dlist - A Common Lisp library that implements doubly-linked lists
dlist is a Common Lisp library that implements the doubly-linked list data structure. dlist provides many operations on doubly-linked lists, or dlists, which are documented in the file documentation.html , which is available with the source. If your lisp implementation supports user-extensible sequences (which only SBCL and ABCL do currently), you will be able to use the standard Common Lisp sequence functions (map, reduce, etc.) with dlists. dlist does not have any dependencies other than a common lisp implementation.
Obtaining and installing dlist
dlist is available from Github and can be installed via Quicklisp. To use dlist, simply load the ASDF system. Use:
<code>(asdf:oos 'asdf:test-op :dlist) </code>
to run the test suite.
dlist is licensed under the 3-Clause BSD Licence, see the file COPYING for details.
You can reach the author (Krzysztof Drewniak) at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you find any bugs, please report them at dlist's GitHub issue tracker.