Wasp Lisp Releases
This site contains released packages of source and executables associated with the Wasp Lisp project. For more information about Wasp, see the "Wasp Lisp Developments" blog. While Wasp is derived from MOSVM and Mosquito Lisp, it is not a product of Ephemeral Security, LLC; all comments made here are the responsibility of Scott W. Dunlop.
- "Building and Installing Wasp Lisp Under Unix" -- Information on building and installing Wasp Lisp under Linux and other unix-likes. Only tested under Linux and Cygwin.
- "Installing and Running Wasp Lisp Under Windows" -- How to run Wasp Lisp under Windows 2000, XP, and probably Vista. (Not sure about Vista; don't have it, don't want to live with it..)
- "Building Wasp Lisp Under MinGW for Windows" -- How to install MinGW and MSYS, and how to compile Wasp Lisp with it.
- "Building Wasp Lisp and MOSREF for Android" -- How to build Wasp stubs for Android; cross platform and remote access for your mobile gadgets. (By Chris Double)
- Wasp Lisp 0.4.1 for Windows -- A standalone build of Wasp for Windows platforms listed above.
- waspvm-0.4.1.zip -- The source for Wasp Lisp 0.4, available under the LGPL.
- libgpb-0.0.tar.gz -- A pure C implementation of Google's Protocol Buffers API, encodes and decodes messages; will eventually be a subsystem in Wasp.
- Running SY/MATE 374 Under DosBox on Linux -- A few notes about running Square D's SY/MATE PLC programming software under emulation.
- "MOSREF 2.0 Beta 3 Documentation" -- Most of this is outdated and incorrect for Wasp, but Wasp's manual is in a very preliminary state. (And not derived from this documentation, due to unclear licensing of the MOSREF Documentation).
- "HITB 2006 -- Wes Brown on MOSREF" -- A video documenting the last public demonstration of MOSREF before Ephemeral Security disappeared. Of historical interest, only, Wasp does not incorporate the MOSREF security suite.
"Black Hat and White Hat Hacking with Lisp" -- Bill Clementson's synopsis in summer 2006 of Ephemeral Security's MOSREF project.
- "MOSREF: A Boon or Bane???" -- CS Shyam Sundar also mentioning the incipient MOSREF 2.0 talks in summer 2006. MOSREF made quite a few people curious, from both the Lisp and the Security sides of the fence.