blake at mcbride.name
Thu Sep 13 12:43:02 UTC 2012
I'd like to add that the "slime" package is normally used with emacs. It
allows emacs to connect to and and interact with a running ABCL instance.
On Thu, Sep 13, 2012 at 4:29 AM, Alessio Stalla <alessiostalla at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 13, 2012 at 11:15 AM, Mark Evenson <evenson at panix.com> wrote:
> > On 9/13/12 10:59 AM, emeka okafor wrote:
> >> Hello Guys,
> Hello, and welcome to the mailing list!
> >> I would like to use abcl on some project and I have a couple of
> >> questions for you guys:
> >> - What IDE do you guys use?
> > Emacs.
> I typically use Emacs too, because I'm coding mostly in Lisp, but in
> the past I happily used Eclipse and NetBeans (abcl should be a NB
> project natively), and that probably makes more sense if most of your
> code is Java.
> >> - What build system do you use?
> > ASDF. Actually, it depends on what software I am building.
> ASDF for the Lisp stuff; Ant or the native IDE builders for the Java
> stuff. ABCL itself is built with Ant. Joint compilation of Java and
> Lisp is presently a task that has to be scripted manually.
> >> - Can I integrate abcl in maven?
> > We have pom.xml descriptions of abcl as a binary artifact in the source
> > repository. The binary artifacts for abcl-1.0.1 have not been pushed to
> > Sonatype (Alessio?)
> Actually, abcl 1.0.1 is on Maven Central
> as well as abcl-contrib. You can have it as a dependency in a Maven
> project; however, there's no Maven plugin to compile your Lisp code,
> so I guess you either have to treat it as resources (and compile it at
> runtime), or have Maven launch an external script/Ant task to do that
> for you. Personally I don't use Maven for my abcl-based OSS projects,
> so I don't have much advice to offer.
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> http://villages.cc Villages.cc, Ripple-powered community economy
> http://common-lisp.net/project/armedbear ABCL, Common Lisp on the JVM
> http://code.google.com/p/tapulli my current open source projects
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