Shelisp is a syntactical extention to Common Lisp to enable composing and running Unix shell scripts from Lisp and mixing shell and Lisp constructs.
|Tags||Shells Software Development Interpreters|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
|Implementation||Common Lisp Unix Shell|
Release Notes: A new sh macro has been added that makes most common Unix utilities available using a pure Lisp syntax. A backward compatibility policy is stated. There is a new version of the manual.
Release Notes: A few more functions were added (wget-test, bash-result), and this version is rereleased under the Lisp LGPL.
Release Notes: Syntax for template strings was added, as well as wrappers for TeX/LaTeX, gs, ls, md5sum, mktemp, and other commands. A recursive version of md5sum that can also compute signatures of directory contents is included.
No changes have been submitted for this release.