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About Clozure CL

Clozure CL is a free Common Lisp implementation.

See  http://ccl.clozure.com/ for more information about it, including instructions on how to get a copy of the current release.

Released Version

The most recent released version of Clozure CL is version 1.9.

Development Version

Some users may wish to run the development version of Clozure CL, which is often called the "trunk".

To get the trunk version of Clozure CL for Darwin/x86, you'd type (where the $ is the shell prompt):

$ svn co http://svn.clozure.com/publicsvn/openmcl/trunk/darwinx86/ccl

To get a version for a different platform, change the darwinx86 to linuxx86, freebsdx86, solarisx86, windows, linuxppc, or linuxarm.

If you choose to run the trunk, please read about tracking the development version.

Documentation

The Clozure CL manual is available as a single web page at  http://ccl.clozure.com/ccl-documentation.html or as multiple pages at  http://ccl.clozure.com/manual/. As of Clozure CL 1.2, the DocBook sources for the manual are included with the distribution.

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Support

Mailing Lists

There are two CCL-related mailing lists hosted at clozure.com. Click on a list's link to subscribe or to view archived messages.

IRC

Everyone interested in Clozure CL is welcome to participate in #ccl on irc.freenode.net. The  channel logs are available. We also keep  logs for #lisp and  logs for #scheme.

Bug Reports

To report a bug or request a feature, please  create a ticket. You must first  register (thanks, spammers).

Paid Support

 Clozure Associates provides commercial support and consulting services for Clozure CL as well as other Common Lisp implementations. These services can range from helping you debug your software to adding extensions to CCL, to providing several full time Lisp programmers to help you build your application. Please contact us at business@… for more information.

Starting Points

CCL Basics

Contributing to CCL

In-Depth CCL

Orient Yourself to Clozure CL Culture