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Refactor a number of things

1. Removed the (vendored) dependency on Quickutils.
2. Removed dependency on Roswell for running unit tests.
3. All system-running functions are expanded into `ARITY` nested loops, not just those with arity 2 or smaller.
4. Modernized the file/directory structure to match my recent projects.
5. Added more unit tests to cover parts of the code that weren't being tested before.
6. The internal system argument indexes are now vectors instead of lists.
7. Exported `all-entities` for debugging.
author Steve Losh <>
date Sun, 29 Aug 2021 14:41:27 -0400
parents 840edf5d4f1a
children (none)
Beast is a **B**asic **E**ntity/**A**spect/**S**ystem **T**oolkit for Common
Lisp.  It's a thin layer of sugar over CLOS that makes it easy to write flexible
objects for video games.

Beast can be installed with [Quicklisp][]: `(ql:quickload :beast)`

Check out the [Overview](./overview/) for a three-minute description of what
this is, or the [Usage](./usage/) for a full rundown.

* **License:** MIT
* **Documentation:** <>
* **Mercurial:** <>
* **Git:** <>

The test suite currently passes in SBCL, CCL, ECL, and ABCL on Ubuntu 20.04.
Further testing is welcome.