To easily start a new Common Lisp project, I’m making use of the CL-Project from the famed Lisper Eitaro Fukamachi.
You can either install it through roswell with
ros install cl-project or through the use of Quicklisp with
The benefit of install it through Roswell is that you also get a binary.
To create a project through the REPL:
(cl-project:make-project #p"lisp/cl-sample/" :author "Eitaro Fukamachi" :email "[email protected]" :license "LLGPL" :depends-on '(:clack :cl-annot))
Or by using the binary:
make-project /home/user/common-lisp/sample \ --name sample \ --description "sample project." \ --author "Your name" --license LLGPL \ --depends-on alexandria split-sequence`