A script to update/install the latest versions of all the most important Common Lisp packages.
clbuild is a shell script helping with the download, compilation, an invocation of Common Lisp applications. It defaults to SBCL but otherwise tries to be somewhat independent of your local environment.
clbuild was originally written by Luke Gorrie. (Idea from jhbuild by James Henstridge, a Gnome hacker).
clbuild (version 2) is maintained in git.
git clone git://gitorious.org/clbuild2/clbuild2.git
Add projects or submit corrections like this, please:
- Edit clbuild/projects.
- Use git commit to make the change permanent.
- Make your repository available. This is where others can get the change from you. (If you don't know how, gitorious or github are good places to start).
- Send a pull request to the list, so that we can pull from the patch from your repository. This means to send an email stating your repository URL and what you have changed.
How does clbuild relate to quicklisp?
clbuild downloads projects from version control, without going through tarballs. It also serves as a wrapper around quicklisp. It depends on quicklisp to install dependencies.
Yes, please see above.