William Paul Vrotney and Interhack Release Lisp Tools for Programmers

William Paul Vrotney and Interhack release new and upgraded tools for programmers.

COLUMBUS, OHIO (February 18, 2004)--William Paul Vrotney and Interhack today release new versions of Lisp tools for programmers. These tools are all Open Source Software, available for immediate download from the Interhack Research web site at www.interhack.net.

The three tools are Lpp 1.21, Agroups 2.3, and VLS 1.2. Agroups and VLS are being released to the public for the first time on the Interhack Research web site.

Lpp is “Lisp Plus Plus”, a library adding some features of the Lisp family of programming languages to the C++ programming language. Agroups is a package to enhance the automated actions inside of GNU Emacs. VLS is a standardized programmer interface to top-levels of Lisp family languages including Common Lisp and Scheme.

About Interhack

Interhack Corporation is an information assurance and forensic computing firm in Columbus. Its research efforts include the release of open source software to improve programmer productivity, improve application safety and security, and research reports defining and describing Best Practice. Interhack can be found on the Web at web.interhack.com.