IOlib is to be a better and more modern I/O library than the standard Common Lisp library. It contains: a socket library, a DNS resolver, an I/O multiplexer(which supports select(2), epoll(4) and kqueue(2)), a pathname library and file-system utilities
Plans for future development include adding support for client-side of common protocols such as HTTP(S), SMTP and more...
DownloadYou can find instructions for downloading IOLib releases and development sources on the download page
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The author(fe[nl]ix) is usually in the channels #iolib and #lisp on irc.freenode.net
IOLib is licenced under an MIT-like licence.