This is a Common Lisp library I’ve written. It makes use of an implementation of the ECMA-48 standard I’ve also written to amount to an abstract terminal control library that I’m still improving.
This is cool. It’s nice to have a pure-Lisp option.
Will you be adding it to quicklisp?
The creator of Quicklisp refuses to add it, so no. I’ll have my own solution to this problem in the future, though.
What’s the reason for that?
I asked Zach (quicklisp owner) on #lisp about this - still waiting for answer as he is ‘away’.
Reading the source code, while an amusing experience, might explain.
Did I miss something? Seems like he doesn’t like xterm, but that’s hardly unique. There are a couple of comments which aren’t phrased the way I would choose myself, but that probably can’t be it.
I don’t see an rm -rf hidden away!
If I were a repository maintainer I don’t know how I’d feel about hosting software where one of the comments suggests the designers of a certain protocol should be “executed”. :P