Google's Summer of Code 2007 is over so, over the next few weeks I'll be releasing the various stuff I worked on this summer.
First up is trivial-features which ensures consistent
*FEATURES* across multiple Common Lisp implementations. Well, it tries to; patches for exotic Lisps, operating systems, and CPUs are welcome. Comments and suggestions are welcome too. Consult its cliki page for more details.
While we're on the subject of features, “Maintaining Portable Lisp Programs” is an interesting paper by Christophe Rhodes that discusses common pitfalls when using read-time feature conditionals and suggests some good practices.