|Compilers and Interpreters
Tiny Lisp in Python: brief description, download.
Not a CL system, compiles Lisp programs into working C programs; is coded in Lisp; supports strict, very large subset of CL + CLOS. Descriptions, documents, downloads. [Open Source, GPL]
Corman Lisp and PowerLisp compilers with support for 68k and PPC Macs. [Shareware/Freeware for personal use]
A version of Berkeley Franz Lisp for 386-based NetBSD systems.
Multi-threaded CL, supports symmetrical multiprocessor (SMP) Unix systems.
CL implementation, runs on most major Unix platforms, mainly conforms to ANSI CL standard; fast compiler outputs native code, of near C speed; powerful module system, data structures. [Freeware]
Common Lisp development system. Includes command-line and IDE interpreters. Possibility of creating EXE-files. [Free non-commercial and education use]
Embeddable Common Lisp, implementation to embed in C-based programs; FTP site.
Makes Macintosh Common Lisp, MCL: for 68k, PowerPC; compiles to native code, supports threads, integrates well into Mac OS, fun; Common Lisp Interface Manager, CLIM: platform independent user interface system, to target other Lisp platforms.
FTP site, many downloads. [Open Source, GPL]