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JACOL is a framework that allows bidirectional interoperability between Java and Common Lisp. Its intended purpose is to enable Common Lisp to function as an extension language for Java, but it can also be used to expose Java APIs (such as Swing and DOM) to Lisp applications.

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Recent releases

  •  02 May 2002 17:57

    Release Notes: The installation process was cleaned up and simplified via autoconf. Support for CLISP 2.28 was added.

    •  11 Jan 2002 02:18

      Release Notes: A new authentication protocol for the Java and Lisp object servers, which prevents jacol from being exploited for remote command execution.

      •  14 Dec 2001 17:17

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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