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ABCL is an implementation of Common Lisp (CL) running in the JVM: it can run in the same JVM as your Java code, allowing full mixture of Lisp and Java code.
Being a full CL implementation, it runs many existing libraries and applications, such as Maxima, a computer algebra system.
With support for JSR-223, you easily extend any JSR-223 compatible application with Lisp as a macro language. This includes integration with the Ant build system using its script-tag.
ABCL features both an interpreter and a compiler which compiles into jvm byte code.

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In a Nutshell, ArmedBear Common Lisp (ABCL)...

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Lisp
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Java
46%
8 Other
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Sep 18 2014 — Oct 18 2014

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Oct 18 2013 — Oct 18 2014
  • 204 Commits Down -260 (56%) from previous 12 months
  • 2 Contributors Down -2 (50%) from previous 12 months

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