For information about calling C libraries from Common Lisp code, see FFI.
To compile C code to Common Lisp, look at Vacietis.
All pages in the C topic:
- c-amplify - c-amplify is an s-exp syntax for writing C code
- C-Mera - C-Mera is a very simple source-to-source compiler that utilizes Lisp's macro system for meta programming of C-like languages
- cffi-objects - CFFI-objects is a library that enhances CFFI with several new constructions to use when you need to work with complex structures or objects
- CLAW - Common Lisp autowrapping facility for quickly creating
- cparse - cparse is a C header file parser for building FFIs
- ECL - Embeddable Common Lisp, a member of the KCL Family, is a Common Lisp implementation initially developed by Giuseppe Attardi, maintained for many years by Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll and currently maintained by Daniel Kochmański
- GCL - GNU Common Lisp is a Common Lisp implementation of the KCL Family that uses gcc to compile Lisp into native binaries
- Gelisp - Gelisp is an opensource, efficient, high-level API wrapping the Generic Constraints Development Environment (GECODE) for Common Lisp
- gtk-cffi - GTK-CFFI is a Common Lisp GUI library, that provides concise and idiomatic syntax to use GTK+ library (for now GTK+ 3.0)
- SC Language - Tasuku Hiraishi's SC is an s-exp syntax (Scheme-like) for writing C code, implemented in Common Lisp
- ThinLisp - ThinLisp is a Common Lisp implementation that translates a subset of Common Lisp to very efficient C code
- Vacietis - Vacietis is a C compiler for Common Lisp systems
- Zeta-C - The ZetaLisp C compiler, now in public domain