wwlisp is an interpreted programming language for application development and scripting that can be used for developing stand-alone programs, developing shell scripts, or embedded in another program. It is a concise object-oriented dialect of the Lisp language very loosely inspired by Common Lisp, Smalltalk, or even C++. It aims at solving specific categories of problems, so the implementation does not comprise mechanisms intended to treat all the types of data traditional in LISP, or to implement theoretical concepts of software engineering or facilities dedicated to the management of large projects.
NuKit is a productivity and timesaving toolkit that provides a Launcher, Tweaker, Shortcuts, Window Mover, Advanced Calculator, Real Zoom, and Real Close. The Launcher is a multifunctional launch panel to open applications, Web sites, and search engines, run commands, perform calculations, and check the dictionary. Shortcuts lets you assign system wide shortcuts to any applications, Web sites, and files, and to execute system actions and scripts.
cl-blog-generator generates a static site from input blog posts and pages. The input format is an augmented XHTML format, which is then inserted into a template. All posts are kept in the filesystem, but a database is used for querying the meta-information. An optional emacs minor-mode is included to publish posts and generate the site.
fbsql aims to ease the use of Firebird and Interbase databases by providing clean client libraries for different languages. The raw Firebird/Interbase API is very awkward and hard to work with, while fbsql is easy and straightforward, like the sqlite and MySQL APIs. Currently C and Lisp are supported. fbsql uses IBPP, a C++ Interbase/Firebird API for its implementation. It's basically just a thin wrapper around IBPP to make it accessible in C.