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Software Successfully Built Using OpenMCL

This is a short list of software known to build successfully with OpenMCL. Also take a look at the wonderful  ASDF Systems Summary for additional information on ASDF-installable packages:


  •  ACL2 - Automated Theorem Prover
  •  Albert - Documentation Generator (like Doxygen)
  •  Araneida - The Common Lisp Webserver
  •  Common Music - Music composition environment.
  •  GBBopen - Blackboard/community collaboration software.
  •  GSharp -  GSharp is a graphical music notation editor. Requires X11 to be running (to support CLX). A CLOS error will be generated, but if you type :GO it will run properly.
    Cannot set (FIND-CLASS 'NUMBER) because type NUMBER is already defined
    by DEFTYPE while loading the FLEXICHAINS package
  •  HUNCHENTOOT - Common Lisp Webserver with the COOL NAME.
  •  LISA - Lisp-based Intelligent Software Agents (an Expert System toolkit).
  •  LML2 - Lisp Markup Language. A system for dynamic HTML generation.
  •  Maxima - Legendary Computer Algebra System. (May require a  couple of  patches).
  •  Montezuma - Search Engine
  •  TINAA - Documentation generator.
  •  TORTA - Disk space check, with FLASH output.


The following libraries are known to build: