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Announcing CL-Graph and other stuff
Friday, November 18, 2005

CL-Graph now compiles under SBCL and OpenMCL (under OS X 10.4). There is a Darcs repository, a CLiki page, it's ASDF-Installable, you can grab a tar ball (or is that tarball?) and there is even a bit of documentation. Wonders never cease.

CL-Graph is a Common-Lisp library for manipulating graphs. It's ported from stuff I wrote for my old job and now released under the MIT License. Because my needs were somewhat peripatetic, the coverage of the library is, well, odd. It does provide a good starting point and I'm hoping that the CL community can help build it into a very awesome tool.


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