Table of Contents
mp:all-processes— Return the list of active processes.
mp:exit-process— Exit the task from which it is invoked.
mp:holding-lock-p— Determine whether current process holds the lock.
mp:interrupt-process— Interrupt a task.
mp:get-lock— Try to obtain a lock.
mp:giveup-lock— Release a lock we have obtained before.
mp:make-lock— Create a new lock.
mp:make-process— Create a new thread.
mp:process-active-p— Determine whether a task is running.
mp:process-enable— Start up a task which was not running.
mp:process-kill— Try to stop a running task.
mp:process-name— Return the name of a task.
mp:process-preset— Associate a function to a process.
mp:process-run-function— Create a task and execute a function in it.
mp:recursive-lock-p— Determine whether lock is recursive or not.
mp:with-lock— Synchronize a piece of code between different tasks.
ext:stack-overflow— Stack overflow condition.
ext:storage-exhausted— Memory overflow condition.
ext:get-finalizer— Return finalizer associated to an object.
ext:get-limit— Query a memory or stack limit.
ext:set-finalizer— Associate a finalizer to an object.
ext:set-limit— Set a memory or stack limit.
CL_CATCH_ALL— Create a protected region.
CL_UNWIND_PROTECT— Create a protected region.
cl_boot— Setup the lisp environment.
cl_shutdown— Close the lisp environment.
ecl_set_option— Set a boot option.
ecl_get_option— Read the value of a boot option.
ecl_clear_interrupts— Clear all pending signals and exceptions.
ecl_disable_interrupts— Postpone handling of signals and exceptions.
ecl_enable_interrupts— Activate handling of signals and exceptions.