SYNONYMS ======== by Robert Smith SYNONYMS is a package to provide synonyms to equivalent CL functionality. It is a library existing for its utilitarian value, but differs from other utility libraries in that it does not present any new functionality, algorithms, or data structures to Common Lisp. SYNONYMS provides synonyms for a variety of functional and stylistic reasons. It provides synonyms that are * useful for readability's sake, such as TRUE and FALSE. * useful for functional programming, such as STRCAT * useful for particular styles of programming Not all functionality provided by SYNONYMS are precise duplicates of the functionality of another symbol in Common Lisp. For example, NON-ZERO-P, a function useful for functional programming, does not have a direct synonymous equivalent; it is defined as (not (zerop n)). However, this is small enough and close enough to act as a synonym.
4cf438c - Add HEAD and TAIL.
9a3765d - :NICKNAME -> :NICKNAMES
c664345 - Initial commit, with TRUE, FALSE, POSITIVEP, NEGATIVEP, NON-POSITIVE-P, NON-NEGATIVE-P, NON-ZERO-P, STRCAT, YES, NO.