( kmx.io )

Providing about web services, UNIX, and Common Lisp.

1. Hosting

Website and web services hosting on dedicated servers.

1.1 OpenBSD hosting

1.2 Debian Linux hosting

2. Development

Open-source based development, mainly targeting UNIX and Common Lisp.

2.1 C

C is probably the true reason for the success of UNIX as an operating system.

2.2 C++

C++ is an industry leader in object oriented programming.

2.3 Common Lisp

Common Lisp is one of the few programming languages still in use after 20 years of existence.

It has the best object model around (CLOS), compiles to native code and supports multiple paradigms thanks to macros which make the compiler itself programmable.

Its weights are an archaic namespace, lack of non-blocking semantics for streams, and loads of misconceptions forwarded by non-lispers. However the standard is stable and there are many compilers so the notion of bitrot has almost disappeared.

The open-source (and free) native compilers are quite young and the open source community is on the rise. The party is just starting now.

2.3.1 cffi-posix

Open-source project to portably and regularly expose the POSIX API to Common Lisp programs using CFFI.

2.3.2 cl-stream

Experimental project to replace Common Lisp streams with streams supporting any type of data and non-blocking semantics, following principles found in SICP.

Includes a standard library of stream classes to be re-used easily.

2.3.3 adams

Adams is a UNIX system administrator written in Common Lisp. It produces commands for the shell (/bin/sh) for local or remote hosts using SSH in order to retrieve and modify a UNIX system status. Currently it allows automated administration of users, groups and packages on Linux and OpenBSD without any additional requirement or installation on the target machines.

3. About

3.1 Contact

Thomas de Grivel <thoxdg@gmail.com>


© 2018 kmx.io

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3.1 Contact

Thomas de Grivel <thoxdg@gmail.com>


© 2018 kmx.io