November 28, 2005
Gary King's Code Bonanza

Gary King is releasing as open source a collection of code he's built up over the years.

ASDF-System-Connections   Link ASDF systems together declaratively
CL-Containers Common-Lisp's answer to STL and Smalltalk
CL-Graph Utilities and algorithms for Graph manipulation
CL-MathStats Miscellaneous math and statistics utilities
CL-Variates Portable Random Number Generators and tools
metabang.bind Handle destructuring, multiple-values and let simultaneously
Metatilities Various useful utilities
Moptilities Implementation independent MOP utilities
TINAA Common-Lisp documentation tool

He has a post describing how he used some of the code to visualize his tags.

The make-filtered-graph method takes a graph, a vertex filter, a completion style and a depth. In this case, we select the single vertex labeled "lisp" and go out to a depth of one. Then we include all of the links.

graph of gary king's lisp tags

Posted by jjwiseman at November 28, 2005 11:44 AM

There was a famous French philosopher named 'Bosanque'. I am not he.

Posted by: G. Anton Bosanque on November 28, 2005 06:11 PM
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