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cl-jupyter

An enhanced interactive Shell for Common Lisp (based on the Jupyter protocol)

 cl-jupyter: an enhanced interactive Common Lisp Shell
(Version 0.8 - Jupyter protocol v.5.0)
--> (C) 2014-2018 Frederic Peschanski (cf. LICENSE)
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Important : cl-jupyter is entering maintenance, I do not plan further enhancement beyond bug fixes. A derivative of cl-jupyter with more features supported is available at: https://github.com/yitzchak/common-lisp-jupyter

Requirements

To try cl-jupyter you need :

  • a Common lisp implementation, for now

    • either SBCL 1.3.x or above (with native threads enabled)

    • or Clozure CL 1.10 or above (with native threads enabled) ...

    • CLASP supported on a separate 'widget' branch (drmeister version)

    • ECL is planned, for other implementations please fill an issue.

  • Quicklisp (cf. http://www.quicklisp.org)

  • Python 3.x (cf. http://www.python.org)

  • Jupyter 4.x (cf. http://www.jupyter.org)

Quick install

Please run the installation script :

python3 ./install-cl-jupyter.py

By default, cl-jupyter assumes SBCL as the default lisp implementation. Using CCL instead requires the following command line:

python3 ./install-cl-jupyter.py  --lisp=ccl

Note: cl-jupyter seems to work better with CCL on MacOS but on Linux everything's fine with SBCL and it is the most tested configuration. Alas, it seems cl-jupyter does not work on Windows (I cannot try myself). If using a VM I would recommend the Linux/SBCL configuration.

As an optional step, you can pre-install the quicklisp dependencies to avoid a veeeerrrry long first startup.

  • using SBCL

    sbcl --load ./cl-jupyter.lisp
    
  • using CCL

    ccl --load ./cl-jupyter.lisp
    

Running cl-jupyter

The following commnad starts the jupyter notebook environment.

    jupyter notebook

The file about-cl-jupyter.ipynb is an example of a Lisp-based notebook.

The file about-cl-jupyter.pdf is a printable PDF version of this notebook that can be generated by the Jupyter nbconvert tool.

Note: the jupyter console and qtconsole are not (well) supported.


... have fun !

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