Archive for November, 2006

FTD projectified

Sunday, November 5th, 2006

Following overwhelming[*] demand, FTD, the Flexi Trivial Directory editor, is now a project on common-lisp.net.

FTD is now available via
darcs get http://common-lisp.net/project/ftd/darcs/ftd
or here.

Thanks to common-lisp.net mailing lists are at:

While FTD has a lot of dependencies, they are pretty common libraries[] and it would be nice to know if it built and was able to get a directory listing on your system. Feedback to the devel list, please (:


* Not really.

I know, it’s that old ‘Common Lisp has too many libraries’ complaint…

… on a stick

Sunday, November 5th, 2006

Climacs on Windows

What do you get when you put SBCL‘s windows port (helpfully packaged by Nikodemus Siivola), EmacsW32, Slime, McClim and Xming on a USB stick?

A nice little portable development environment with cross-platform GUI, of course!