The contributions to Armed Bear constitute Common Lisp only code that is potentially useful for system construction and distribution.
Loads and installs the Quicklisp library manager from the network if not locally present.
ABCL specific extensions to ASDF, including resolution of binary JVM artifacts cached from the network according to Maven metadata with the derived transitive relationships.
Package ASDF system definitions into JVM artifacts for distribution
A higher-order, more Lisp oriented interface for constructing Lisp interfaces to existing binary code libraries available for the JVM built on the primitives provided by the JAVA package. Used in the [lsw2] Semantic Web package for dealing with OWL2 ontologies in RDF(S) and other notations.
The "original" higher-order JVM interface descended from Rich Hickey's work on the JVM before Clojure. This implementation currently uses a fork of the public [JFLI] API that uses the java interop of the ABCL JAVA package instead of the JNI interface.
A collection of various useful JVM artifacts downloaded and cached by the Aether Maven connector. Requires the maven-3.0.3 executable "mvn" (or "mvn.bat" under MSFT Windows) to be in the current processes's path. These artifacts load the binary artifacts necessary in the current JVM process, mvn currently includes: jna JNA provides an the ability to dynamically link to shared executables on the host platform, needed by CFFI. log4j An example of a dependency without an explicit version.
Advanced introspection of Java and Lisp runtime classes representation.
The ABCL build system plus associated utilities for manipulating path executables
Mark firstname.lastname@example.org Created: 2011-09-11 Revised: 2017-05-22 <> abcl:documents .