Corman Lisp is a development environment for Microsoft Windows operating systems running on Intel platforms.
Corman Lisp is a development environment for Microsoft Windows operating systems running on Intel platforms. Corman Lisp consists of a Common Lisp native code compiler for Intel processors, 80x86 assembler and disassembler, incremental linker and multi-window text editor. It requires a system running a Microsoft Windows operating system (such as Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME or Windows NT). It is fully integrated with the Win32 API, and all the Windows API functions are readily available from Lisp. Corman Lisp incorporates state-of-the-art compiler technology to bring you a Common Lisp system unmatched on Windows platforms.
Common Lisp development system. Includes console and IDE Lisp interpreter and compiler. Possibility of creating EXE-files. Supports CLOS. It is smallest implementation of standard Lisp, just 1MB of binary code.
Free Common Lisp implementation. Features: VisualStudio-based IDE, creating EXEs, support of Windows Mobile console and IDE Lisp interpreter and compiler. It is smallest implementation of Common Lisp, just 1MB of binary code.
SBCL runs on many Unix and Unix-like systems. The following table summarizes what systems SBCL runs on, and what it could run on but currently does not. Steel Bank Common Lisp (SBCL) is a high performance Common Lisp compiler.
DiscBall is a 3D Bubble Shooter for Windows. It takes bubble shooters to the next level. You shoot balls from the center of a 3D rotating disc. Make sets of three or more balls of the same color to clear the level. DiscBall is still in alpha.