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Common Lisp bits

Heinrich Apfelmus has updated to the source code from Computer Models of Musical Creativity and put it on github. Looks like it's meant to work with RMCL.

"CEPL is an extension for common lisp that makes working with OpenGL simple and familiar," according to Baggers. There is a blog and a number of videos about CEPL. The readme cautions: PRE-ALPHA.

"BG" gives a take on the history of Macintosh Common Lisp. Rainer Joswig responded to a number of points in the ensuing /r/lisp discussion.

3bgl-shader is "a Common Lisp DSL for generating GLSL shaders," by Bart Botta. Needs people to try it out and provide feedback.

Pseudo is a Lisp-powered roguelike multiplayer browser game, with AGPLv3-licensed source code available. Created by Matthew Carter.

The Infected is a roguelke survival horror game in Common Lisp, by Jan Tatham.

Mariano Montone writes about embedding Python syntax (and functionality) in Common Lisp sources.
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