Open Directory - Computers: Programming: Languages: Lisp
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Association of Lisp Users: ALU
- Well organized, over 100 pages of information on Lisp: references, books, tutorials, free and commercial implementations, free software, events, conferences, history, organizations, other resources.
CMU Artificial Intelligence Repository
- Collection of files, programs, publications, of interest to Artificial Intelligence researchers, educators, students, practitioners.
The Common Lisp Directory
- Collects all possible resources for the CL language: libraries, tools, software, documents, events, groups, organizations, people.
- CL development resources, good start point for new programmers. Free: CVS, mail lists, web and FTP space.
- Producers of Allegro CL and related products
Gordon S. Novak Jr.
- Free software, information, links.
Hello, World Program
- Lisp version of this canonical first program.
History of Lisp
- Source code, design documents, references, other material on original Lisp I/1.5 system, and many follow-ons. Project of Computer History Museum's Software Collection Committee.
Jeff's Lisp Page
- Related links about Lisp, papers, book reviews, programs, Net articles, from a variety of sources.
Kent Pitman's Public Page
- Publications, postings (mostly Lisp related); political thoughts, links.
- Paul Graham Lisp essays (including Beating the Averages), history, FAQ, code, many links.
Lisp Programming Language
- Growing article, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia]
Online Publications by Erann Gat
- Lisp papers: Lisp as an Alternative to Java; Complete Idiot's Guides to: Special Variables and Lexical Closures, CL Packages; Locales: First-Class Lexical Environments for CL; robotics papers.
P.S., Parenthetically Speaking
- Set of articles on several aspects of Lisp and related issues.
PC AI: Lisp Programming Language
- Page with brief description, very useful links with annotations for vendors, search engines, more: references (linked and non-linked) for articles, books.
Readable S-expressions and Sweet-expressions: Getting the Infix Fix and Fewer Parentheses in Lisp-like Languages
- Proposal to replace pure S-expressions with more flexible mixed alternative. David A. Wheeler's Weblog.
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