Books of Note

Practical Common
LispThe best intro to start your journey. Excellent coverage of CLOS.

ANSI Common
LispAnother great starting point with a different focus.

Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence
ProgrammingA superb set of Lisp examples. Not just for the AI crowd.

Tuesday, August 30, 2005

New Yum repository for Fedora Lisp users 

Okay, you asked for it and I finally got around to it. Without further delay, I introduce to you is a Yum repository containing various bits of Lisp stuff that I find interesting, packaged easily for Fedora Core users. Right now, the repository contains SBCL, SLIME, and the CLHS, all packaged to install into common locations. Further, there is a bit of value-added integration to the packages. For instance, the CLHS package installs a little Emacs hook for SLIME that sets the common-lisp-hyperspec-root variable such that SLIME CLHS lookups are directed at the local files.

Let me know if you find these packages useful. If you have suggestions for others Lisp-related items that should be created, let me know.

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