RFC: add new virtual category "lisp" to ports

Mark Linimon linimon at lonesome.com
Thu Oct 2 16:45:12 PDT 2003


With some recent new port additions, there are now nearly 3 dozen
ports that could fit into a "lisp" category.  That's about the same number
as we have in the "scheme" category, so one supposes if we have the
one, we ought to have the other.

This would not overlap the "elisp" category -- that is for EMACS addons.
 This category would be the language itself, bindings, and one or two
applications I suppose, too.

Unless there's some reason not to do this, I'll go ahead and write up a
PR adding the category to the various ports.

Here are the ports that look most likely to me:

devel/cl-asdf
devel/cl-asdf-clisp
devel/cl-asdf-cmucl
devel/cl-asdf-sbcl
devel/cl-port
devel/cl-port-cmucl
devel/cl-port-sbcl
devel/cl-split-sequence
devel/cl-split-sequence-cmucl
devel/cl-split-sequence-sbcl
devel/clisp-hyperspec
lang/alisp
lang/clisp
lang/cmucl
lang/cmucl-extra
lang/gcl
lang/klone
lang/sbcl
lang/screamer
lang/slisp
math/maxima
math/xlispstat
textproc/cl-meta
textproc/cl-meta-cmucl
textproc/cl-meta-sbcl
textproc/cl-ppcre
textproc/cl-ppcre-cmucl
textproc/cl-ppcre-sbcl
www/cl-lml
www/cl-lml-clisp
www/cl-lml-sbcl
x11-toolkits/rep-gtk
x11-toolkits/rep-gtk2

mcl



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