cl-fluidinfo (cl-fluiddb is the old, original name) is a work-in-progress project of accessing the fluidinfo from Common Lisp. This is by no means done, expect breaking changes in the future.
I do all my work in SBCL, so this is the only implementation currently supported.
You will need
- flexi-streams (is a dependency of drakma anyway)
- All dependencies of those libs above.
You should use Quicklisp to get these dependencies. No, really. If you aren't using it yet, do yourself a favour and install it before proceeding.
There is also a beginning of some tests written in Lift, so you will need the lift library.
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