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Scieneer Common Lisp

Scieneer Common Lisp
Developer(s) Scieneer Pty Ltd
Initial release September 2002
Stable release 1.3.9 / 14 November 2008
Operating system Linux, Solaris, HP-UX
Platform Cross-platform
Available in Common Lisp
Type Compiler and runtime
License Commercial

Scieneer Common Lisp is a commercial implementation of the Common Lisp programming language featuring support for Symmetric multiprocessing on a range of Linux, Solaris and HP-UX platforms. The compiler generates fast 64-bit and 32-bit native code.


The Scieneer CL is commercial software and is licensed per-system. However it is available free for non-commercial use, see Free download.


The Scieneer CL is developed by Douglas Crosher at Scieneer[1] and is a commercial fork of the CMU Common Lisp implementation. Douglas contributed to the CMUCL for many years before creating the Scieneer CL fork of CMUCL. The Scieneer CL 1.1 was publicly released in September 2002.[2] The Scieneer CL 1.2 version was released in September 2003[3] and was the first Common Lisp implementation for the 64-bit AMD64 platform. The Scieneer CL 1.3 version was released in April 2006[4] and added support for Solaris on x86 and 64 bit AMD64 platforms. The Scieneer CL was made available free for non-commercial use in October 2008.[5]

See also

External links

  • The Scieneer Common Lisp product page
  • The Scieneer Common Lisp free download page - download the Scieneer Common Lisp free for non-commercial use.
  • Scieneer Common Lisp at DMOZ


  1. ^ Scieneer history
  2. ^ Scieneer CL 1.1 release
  3. ^ Sciener CL 1.2 release
  4. ^ Scieneer CL News
  5. ^ Scieneer CL free for non-commercial use

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