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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.

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    This is cool. It’s nice to have a pure-Lisp option.

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      Will you be adding it to quicklisp?

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        The creator of Quicklisp refuses to add it, so no. I’ll have my own solution to this problem in the future, though.

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          What’s the reason for that?

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            I asked Zach (quicklisp owner) on #lisp about this - still waiting for answer as he is ‘away’.

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              Reading the source code, while an amusing experience, might explain.

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                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!

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                  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