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Lisp Images for Docker

Here are a couple of images for using lisp in containerized environments! There are a few variations that build on the quicklisp-sbcl-base image, which is Debian stretch with sbcl and quicklisp installed.

I'll try to keep the ChangeLog updated as new releases roll out!

Base

parentheticalenterprises/sbcl-quicklisp-base

The image others build off of. Some interesting things for you, the user:

  • quicklisp in installed in /quicklisp. That means you can add local projects to /quicklisp/local-projects much as you would without docker to add codebases that aren't downloadable via quicklisp.

(p?)rove

parentheticalenterprises/sbcl-quicklisp-prove parentheticalenterprises/sbcl-quicklisp-rove

The prove and rove images are just the base with prove or rove, the testing packages by Eitaro Fukamachi as well as mockingbird by Christopher Eames. Thanks for the code, guys!

Slynk

parentheticalenterprises/sbcl-quicklisp-slynk

This image contains the backend for sly by João Távora. It starts up a slynk server inside the container for you, so you should be able to run the container with port 4008 exposed to your host machine and then run sly-connect RET 127.0.0.1 RET 4008 in emacs to connect. Dockerized lisp dev environment!