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Cgn is a library to interface Gnuplot from Common Lisp. Gnuplot is a program that lets you draw scatter and functions graphics. It's free software and you can find It at http://www.gnuplot.info. Lots of scientist software uses it for the graphics.
Cgn just makes this avaliable to you. It's a pipe-based interface to gnuplot. Not all of gnuplot's facilities are wrapped, but you can use them just sendign the apropiated code through the pipe. It uses Ltk to provide a pipe that works everywhere: linux, windows, Mac Os X, OpenBSD ...
Cgn is free software. It's released under the GPL license. To install It just use asdf-install
This will download the latest version and install It for you. You can read the cldoc provided online documentation. It's provided as part of the cgn tarball, at the doc/ subdirectory. Here you have an example. You can always get the latest development version of cgn using darcs: darcs get http://common-lisp.net/project/nixies/darcs/cgn. Note that this can be very different to the stable release. See the doc/ subdirectory at the darcs tree for the new pdf manual, with updated documentation. A development snapshot is avaliable here
You can see an screenshot here. You can too visit cgn's cliki page. Latest release is 008 Here is a cgn008 source tarball . You can see the new CGN manual to see how to use cgn.
Since cgn007, cgn works without tuning on Windows. This is dued to the with-gnuplot macro, which provides an optional keyword paramether with the path to gnuplot. You can see a cgn on Windows example . If you want to tune Windows to ignore this paramether, just visit cgn's cliki page.
PatXi-2 is a library to do numerical computations on Common Lisp. It has the numerical methods I usually need, and more than this, because I get fun programming theese things.
PatXi-2 is free software. It's released under the BSD license. You can install It using asdf-install :
This will download the latest version and install It for you. You can read the cldoc provided online documentation. It's provided as part of the patxi-2 tarball, at the doc/ subdirectory. Here you have an example.
You can visit patxi-2's cliki page. Here is a patxi-2 tarball
cl-cbr is a cbr (Comic book archive) viewer. It intends to be easy to program and use (just three botons: open comic, next page, previous page). It uses the Ltk graphics library, the linux version of rar and imagemagick, which you can find at sourceforge.
cl-cbr is free software. It's released under the GPL license. To install It you can use asdf-install:
or use a binary release. This releases are made with sbcl. They are just executable corefiles.You can download the latest binary release for i386 linux here . Please, read the README file. To install cl-cbr, just do make install. Note that you need ltk already installed if you are trying to use asdf-install to install cl-cbr.
You can see an screenshot here. You can too visit cl-cbr's cliki page. Here is a cl-cbr tarball
cl-cbr is something I made for my own fun. Some time ago I needed a cbr (and cbz) viewer and I just programmed It. It's very simple and I'm not interested in providing new features. I just update cl-cbr when I see some kind of bug. Feel free to take It and make changes If you want.
You can send mail to my mail adress or to these mailing lists: