In June of this year I introduced my Common Lisp library cl-cmark (GitHub mirror), which implements parsing [CommonMark] documents and manipulating the resulting document tree. I have been hammering out the last kinks over the past weeks and I am now ready to call it done. Before I officially put the 1.0 stamp on it though I would like if a few more people could take a look at the library and give it a try.
For the past few weeks I have been working on a little side project, a library of Common Lisp bindings to cmark, the CommonMark reference implementation: cl-cmark (GitHub mirror). CommonMark is a dialect of Markdown which aims to remove any ambiguity, clean up the language specification and provide a common dialect of Markdown for other projects to use. The cmark library is the reference implementation for parsing CommonMark. It is written in C, so creating bindings for other language is fairly simple.