These are fairly short self-contained Lisp
programs. All are complete with documentation,
and some include suggested exercises or tools to
support their use.
||an extension of the ray-tracing
program published by Paul Graham in his book ANSI
||implementations in Lisp of design
patterns from the classic text `Design Patterns,
Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software', by
Gamma, Helm, Johnson and Vlissides.
|Tasks: ||tool for defining hierarchies of tasks,
named by strings, which could be used in a
spreadsheet, time logging program etc.
||A simple program for describing
computer hard disks using a CLOS hierarchy.
||simple HTML generation; allows
programmer to mingle Lisp code and HTML markup
||a program for validating links in
web pages. Uses a simplified representation of
URLs, and includes a CLIM-based tool for viewing
the structure of web sites being validated
||a tool which lecturers can use to
batch test multiple solutions to the same problem
||a toolset for managing the library
of Exercises found on this website