|source/target-file-error||General condition for file errors that have a source and target.|
|source/target-source-does-not-exist-error||This error is signaled when the source file does not exist.|
|source/target-target-already-exists-error||This error is signaled when the target pathname already exists.|
|view-requiring-cleanup-mixin||A mixin for views that require clean-up *before* they |
are destroyed. To use, inherit from this c...
|*file-if-exists*||Default behavior to use when opening files if they already exist.|
|*samep-test*||Used by samep to determine if two things are 'the same'. Defaults to #'equal|
|+very-small-number+||Someones idea of a very small number. Used in very-small-number-p.|
|+minutes-per-hour+||The number of minutes in one hour.|
|+seconds-per-hour+||The number of seconds in one hour.|
|+seconds-per-minute+||The number of seconds in one minute.|
|+usual-days-per-year+||The number of days in an ordinary year.|
|add-class-if-necessary||Adds the superclass to the class-list unless it's already there.|
|all-pairs||Returns all pairs of elements in list LST.|
|array-row||Returns the row'th row of array. Array is assumed to be two dimensional and row |
is assumed to be...
|best||fn must be a predicate of two arguments; returns the element|
which, according to the predicate, b...
|car-safe||Returns the car of `x' if it's a cons, NIL otherwise.|
|cdr-safe||Returns the cdr of `x' if it's a cons, NIL otherwise.|
|choose-item-from-pup||Present an interface to allow a choice from a list. Can throw :cancel.|
|choose-item-from-pup-no-singletons||Like choose-item-from-pup, but just returns the datum if it |
is an atom or a singleton list.
|circular-list||Builds a circular list with `elements'.|
|collect-garbage||Tell lisp that now is a good time to collect any accumulated garbage.|
|combinations||Returns all combinations of elements in LISTS, where first|
element of each combination is from li...
|compact-array||Destructively compacts an array with fill-pointer. Works on type T|
arrays and considers elements ...
|compose||Return a function that is the composition of fn1 and fn2. I.e., |
(compose f1 f2)[x] == (f1 (f2 [x...
|conjoin||Returns the conjuction of the predicates given as arguments. As with ~|
AND, evaluation stops ...
|copy-file||Copies the file designated by the non-wild pathname designator FROM|
to the file designated by the...
|curry||Curries fun on the fly|
|curry-after||Sometimes we want to curry a function over some arguments|
that appear at the end of the arg list ...
|date-and-time-string||Current date and time returned as a string.|
|date-string||Date returned as a string, in the format `Wednesday, June 7, 1989'|
|date-string-brief||Returns a string representing the `time` (which defaults to the current universal time). The stri...|
|day->string||Returns the name of `day-of-the-week`. The parameter should be a number between 0 and 6 where 0 r...|
|day-of-year||Returns the day of the year [1 to 366] of the specified date [which must be (CL) universal time f...|
|days-in-month||Returns the number of days in the specified month. The month should be|
between 1 and 12.
|default-interface||Return the current default interface (this is setfable).|
|disjoin||Returns the disjunction of the predicates given as arguments. As with ~|
OR, evaluation stops ...
|dotted-pair-p||Returns true if and only if `putative-pair` is a dotted-list. I.e., if `putative-pair` is a cons ...|
|ensure-list||If `x` is a list then ensure-list returns it. If `x` is an atom, then this returns a singleton li...|
|eos-namestring-from-date||forms a namestring based on date and time, in the form of|
<perfix>-09JUN03-010903 where 010903 is...
|export-exported-symbols||Make the exported symbols in from-package be also exported from to-package.|
|file-newer-than-file-p||Compares the write dates of `file1' and `file' and returns T if `file' is newer than|
`file2' or i...
|file-package||Tries to determine the package of a file by reading it one form at a time and looking for in-pack...|
|file-to-list||Convert a file into a list by opening it and calling read repeatedly.|
|filter-values||FILTER as defined in _On_Lisp_. Given a list, collects all the non-nil|
results of applying FN...
|find-all||Find all those elements of sequence that match item,|
according to the keywords. Doesn't alter ...
|find-all-if||Return a copy of sequence with elements such that predicate(element)|
is null removed
|find-all-if-not||Return a copy of sequence with elements such that predicate(element)|
is non-null removed
|find-or-create-class||Try to find a class which is a subclass of root and all of the other `classes` as well. If no suc...|
|firstn||Returns first 'n' elements of list.|
|flatten||Flattens LIST. Does not handle circular lists but does handle dotted lists.|
|float->integer||You can't coerce a float to an integer, because they want to you decide|
whether you want to use r...
|form-keyword||Finds or interns a symbol in the keyword package whose name is formed by concatenating the pretty...|
|form-symbol||Finds or interns a symbol in the current package whose name is formed by concatenating the pretty...|
|form-symbol-in-package||Finds or interns a symbol in package whose name is formed by concatenating the pretty printed rep...|
|form-uninterned-symbol||Creates and returns an uninterned symbol whose name is formed by concatenating the pretty printed...|
|format-date||Formats universal dates using the same format specifiers as NSDateFormatter. The format is:|
|gc-time||Returns the total amount of time that this Lisp session has spent in garbage collection.|
|gensym0||Ignores its argument and returns a gensym. Useful for mapping of a bunch of|
arbitrary forms, sin...
|graph-search||Find a state that satisfies goal-p. Start with states,|
and search according to successors and ...
|group||Return the elements of `list' grouped in sublists of length `n,' which should|
be a positive integ...
|iterate-over-indexes||Apply fn to lists of indexes generated from symbol counts. The counting is|
done so that the first...
|lambda-list->args||Takes a formal parameter list, possibly containing things like &optional or (key|
default), and re...
|leap-year-p||Returns t if the specified year is a leap year. I.e. if the year|
is divisible by four but not by ...
|length-1-list-p||Is x a list of length 1? Note that this is better than the naive (= (length x) 1) because we don'...|
|length-exactly-p||Returns true if the lenght of `thing` is exactly `n`... no more, no less.|
|list->formatted-string||This is a convenience function for when the intracacies of format are just too much. It takes a l...|
|make-initialized-array||Creates an array initialized from using `inits' which is a list of the form|
|make-sorter||Returns a sorter-predicate that returns true if it follows the KEYS-AND-PREDICATES|
|map->||Really generalized mapping.|
|map-combinations||Call fn on all combinations of elements in LISTS, where first|
element of each combination is from...
|map-files||Apply the function to all of the files in wildcarded-file-spec. Any|
additional args are passed al...
|map0-n||Returns list resulting from applying fn to all numbers i in [0, n].|
|map1-n||Returns list resulting from applying fn to all numbers i in [1, n].|
|mapa-b||Returns list resulting from applying fn to all numbers i in [a, b].|
|mapappend||A non-destructive mapcan.|
|mapcars||Has the some effect as (mapcar fn (apply #'append lsts)).|
|minimize||Returns the ``smallest'' element. Supports all the usual reduce keywords. |
PRED sees the new val...
|month->string||Returns the name (in English) of the month. Format can be :long or :short.|
|most||fn is a scoring function of one argument; returns the element|
with the highest score.
|nearly-equal-p||Returns true if x and y are within threshold of each other.|
|nearly-zero-p||Returns true if `x` is within threshold of 0d0.|
|newsym||Create a new uninterned symbol whose print name begins with `prefix', which|
may be a string or a ...
|nicely-format-filename||Write out a representation of file to stream. There are options to show or hide the type of the f...|
|nmerge-list||Destructive merge of `list2' into `list1'. Both lists are may be changed.|
This works best if the...
|nth-elt-of-cross-product||Suppose we created a multidimensional array, with as many dimensions as|
we have sets, and in whic...
|nth-elt-of-cross-product-as-multiple-values||Returns list of values of `nth-elt-of-cross-product' as multiple values.|
See it for documentation...
|object->string||Uses the Common Lisp `string' function to convert `object' into a string, but|
also converts objec...
|parse-brief-slot||Returns a verbose-style slot specification given a brief style, consisting of|
a single symbol, th...
|parse-date-and-time||Converts `spec' to a universal time. Spec can either be a number, in which|
case this is a no-op,...
|parse-date-and-time-string||Parses strings expressing the day and/or time, such as 12/4/61 4:03:15.|
The date part should look...
|parse-interval-or-never||parse a string either describing a time interval or never.|
for a time interval, the number of s...
|partition||Partitions SEQ based on FN. Returns twa values: (a) the list of all elements|
of SEQ for which...
|pathname-name+type||Returns a new pathname consisting of only the name and type from a non-wild pathname.|
|percent-overlap||Returns what percentage of elements in list-a are in list-b|
(alternate definition: Returns what p...
|physical-pathname-directory-separator||Returns a string representing the separator used to delimit directories in a physical pathname. F...|
|power-set||Returns the power set of SET. This of course uses exponential time and space.|
|pretty-namestring-from-date||Returns a representation of the date (which defaults to the current date and time) preceeded by a...|
|print-brief-time-interval||Returns a string that describes the time elapsed by `secs' in the format [[H]Hh][M]Mm. For exampl...|
|print-brief-ut||Prints only those aspects of `ut' that differ from `ref-time.' Both times|
should be in universal-...
|print-date||Prints the information in the form `Wednesday, June 7, 1989'|
|print-time||Prints the information in the form `12:34 pm'|
|print-time-interval||Prints the time elapsed by `seconds.' For example, 125 prints ``2 minutes, 5|
seconds'' If `print-...
|print-universal-time||Prints a universal time to stream using `print-time`. The output can be normal or brief.|
|print-ut||Prints `ut' in the format [M]M/[D]D [H]H:MM or [M]M/[D]D [H]H:MM:SS if|
`print-seconds?' is true. ...
|reduce-if||See MINIMIZE. Primary difference: no non-standard keyword behavior.|
|remove-illegal-filename-characters||Removes illegal characters from the file name NAME.|
|remove-leading-quote||Removes the first quote from a list if one is there.|
|remove-members||Removes all members of BAD from the list FROM.|
|rename-file-if-present||Renames a file to a unique name based on its file-write-date. See unique-file-name-from-date.|
|same-length-p||An optimized version of the naive (= (length list-1) (length list-2)).|
|set-equal||Returns t if list1 and list2 are equal (as sets). If list1 and list2 are not|
equal returns (as mu...
|shuffle-list!||Destructively rearrange the elements of a list by performing 'times' swaps. If|
times is not speci...
|sort-using-list-order||Sorts the list `x' using the other list `list' as a index.|
|string->symbol||Returns the string as a bare symbol, replacing any whitespace with dashes. ~|
This is the (near...
|string-after||Returns the part of string before the first appearance of CHAR.|
(If FROM-END is T, we count fr...
|string-before||Returns the part of string before the first appearance of CHAR.|
(If FROM-END is T, we count fr...
|string-contains-p||Returns t if string contains the string-to-find. Case insensitive unless specified, and you can a...|
|symbol->string||Returns a symbol as a string, replacing any dashes with spaces. The inverse ~|
|time-date||Returns the date part of the given time.|
|time-day-of-week||Returns the day-of-week part of the given time.|
|time-daylight-savings-time-p||Returns the daylight-savings-time-p part of the given time.|
|time-hour||Returns the hour part of the given time.|
|time-minute||Returns the minute part of the given time.|
|time-month||Returns the month part of the given time.|
|time-second||Returns the second part of the given time.|
|time-string||Time returned as a string, in the format `12:34 pm'|
|time-string-with-no-colons||Time returned as a string, in the format `12-34 pm'|
|time-year||Returns the year part of the given time.|
|tokenize-string||Splits a string at delimiter and returns a list of the parts.|
|total-bytes-allocated||Returns the total number of bytes that this Lisp session has allocated.|
|tree-find||Finds the atom ITEM within the arbitrarily-nested cons TREE.|
|tree-find-if||Finds first cons in TREE that satisfies TEST. This is guaranteed to be|
|tree-map||Maps FN over every atom in TREE.|
|tree-remove-if||Removes all atoms from TREE that satisfy TEST.|
|tree-search||Find a state that satisfies goal-p. Start with states,|
and search according to successors and ...
|unique-file-name-from-date||Returns a namestring whose suffix is the `date` in the form YYMMMDDHHMMSS. The names prefix will ...|
|unused-variables||Returns which of the variables defined by LAMBDA-LIST do not appear in form.|
This works simply...
|whitespacep||Returns true if char is an element of +whitespace-characters+ and nil otherwise.|
|argmax||Returns the item in items with the biggest (#'>) value of function. See best-item for a generaliz...|
|argmin||Returns the item in items with the smallest (#'<) value of function.|
|best-item||Returns the item in items with the 'best' value of function where|
'best' is determined by test. Y...
|is-interface-available-p||Returns true is interface-name is available.|
|length-at-least-p||Returns true if thing has no fewer than length elements in it.|
|length-at-most-p||Returns true if thing has no more than length elements in it.|
|map-forms-in-file||Reads file one form at a time (using read) and applies `function` to each one in turn.|
|map-lines-in-file||Reads the file to which file-specifier resolves one line at a time (using read-line) and applies ...|
|nearly-samep||Compares two things and returns true if they are the same|
in the sense of being interchangable. T...
|next-element||Returns the next pseudo random number from a random number|
generator (using the generator as outp...
|note-view-settings-changed||Does whatever makes sense to bring a view up-to-date |
when its settings have changed (e.g., it's ...
|samep||Compares two things and returns true if they are the same|
in the sense of being interchangable. I...
|shorten-filename-for-os||Returns a file-name for file-specifier such that it is a valid name for the current underlying OS...|
|size||Returns the number of items currently in the container.|
|uniquify-file-name||Returns a file name that is not currently in use. The strategy used if there is a conflict is to ...|
|update-dialog-ui||A generic place to hang dialog updating code.|
|aand||Anaphoric AND: Binds the symbol `it' to the value of the preceding `arg.'|
|acond||Anaphoric COND: Binds the symbol `it' to the value of the preceding `clause.'|
|acond2||Needs to be documented. See Paul Graham's book.|
|aif||Anaphoric IF: Binds the symbol `it' to the value of the `test.'|
|aif2||Needs to be documented. See Paul Graham's book.|
|alambda||Anaphoric LAMBDA: Binds the symbol `self' to the function, so that it can|
call itself recursively...
|aprog1||Anaphoric prog1. This binds IT to the first form so that it can|
be used in the rest of the forms....
|assert*||A variation on the `assert' macro in which the restart handler is bound|
during the execution of t...
|atypecase||Atypecase is anaphoric typecase. It is just like typecase except that it binds the thing being te...|
|awhen||Anaphoric WHEN: Binds the symbol `it' to the value of the `test.'|
|awhen2||Needs to be documented. See Paul Graham's book.|
|awhile||Anaphoric WHILE loop: Executes `expr' and `body' as long as `expr' is true.|
Binds the symbol `it'...
|awhile2||Needs to be documented. See Paul Graham's book.|
|defclass*||Like 'defclass-brief' but also provides the :MAKE-LOAD-FORM-P, :EXPORT-P, |
|defclass-brief||A macro with simpler syntax than `defclass' that allows some|
briefer ways of expressing things. ...
|defclass-property||Create getter and setter methods for 'property' on symbol's property lists.|
|defcondition||Defcondition is a handy shortcut for defining Common Lisp conditions. It|
supports all of #[H][def...
|deletef||Same as (setf list (apply #'delete item list delete-args)).|
|deprecated||Wrap a function definition with `deprecated' to indicate that it should|
no longer be used. If the...
|doplist||Iterate over each key/value pair in a plist. Key and Value are|
bound to successive pairs in Plis...
|eval-always||Expands into an eval-when with all the fixings. It's nothing but a shorthand.|
|fn||A general-purpose function-builder. EXPR should be of the|
form (OPERATOR . ARGUMENTS). Will ...
|handler-bind*||Special handler-bind which allow two special control contructs|
inside of the condition handlers. ...
|map-lines||An enpowered version of map-lines-in-file. This one is a macro|
so that you can use (return) to st...
|maxf||Sets `place' to max of its old value and `value'|
|minf||Sets `place' to min of its old value and `value'|
|multf||Sets `place' to (* delta place)|
|named-lambda||Like `lambda,' except that the lambda has a name, which can be very useful if|
the function is exe...
|nyi||Signals an error saying that this function is not yet implemented. The args|
are ignored, but by ...
|once-only||Generate code that evaluates certain expressions only once.|
This is used in macros, for computing...
|push-end||Like PUSH, except that the value goes on the end of the PLACE list. |
If PLACE is (), then (value...
|rebinding||Similar to ONCE-ONLY. Typical usage: |
(defmacro square (x)
|removef||Same as (setf list (apply #'remove item list delete-args)).|
|some*||An iterative version of the function `some'. Bind each element of list in|
turn. If the body ret...
|spy||A debugging tool: wrapping this around a form causes both the form and its|
values to be printed o...
|spyx||A version of `spy' which expands the forms. See the documentation for `spy,'|
particularly the :e...
|toggle!||Switches the values of each place to its opposite as in |
(setf x (not x)).
|with-slot-bindings||makes this: (with-slot-bindings (((x x2) double-float) ((y y2) double-float)) location-2 body)|
|with-unique-names||Binds the symbols in VARS to gensyms. cf with-gensyms.|
|with-variables||Using gensyms is necessary to prevent variables produced by macro expansions|
from interfering wit...
|\||Similar to Haskell's \ operator. Typical usage:|
(\\ x y = * x y)