This is a metadata project to document the coverage of portability libraries across the many Lisp implementations. It was created in the hopes that this would allow people a quicker overview of non-standard features and encourage people to contribute to the projects and implementations and close the gaps.
Please see the
data.lisp file. All the data should be in there and follow this format:
(library-name :link "https://example.com" :description "A short explanation of what it makes portable" :support (:supported-implementation (:supported-implementation-with-caveat :completeness 0.8 ; How much of the API is supported (approx.) :since-library-version "1.0.0" ; Which library version started supporting the implementation :since-implementation-version "1.0.0" ; Which implementation version started supporting this feature :notes "Some caveat notes"))) ; Notes on what is not supported / other quirks
If there is a new library, please contribute a corresponding entry. If you are the maintainer of a library and notice that your entry is outdated, please send a PR with an update. You should be able to directly edit the file on GitHub to make that convenient.
When you push or send a PR, GitHub should automatically run CI to generate the
index.html file based on the new data and push the result to the
gh-pages branch. This ensures that no manual steps need to be performed to keep the public website up to date.
If you have SBCL, simply call
(load "make.lisp") and call