[slime-devel] Re: Lisp interaction with editors other than emacs?

Sean Charles sean.charles at objitsu.com
Thu Mar 22 14:27:57 UTC 2007

I have got CUSP, it's 'good' but I don't really like Eclipse much...  
it just seems to have far too many windows and to my mind is not  
'real programming' whereas SLIME+EMACS feels like a comfy pair of  
slippers now.


On 22 Mar 2007, at 14:09, Bill Clementson wrote:

> On 22 Mar 2007 12:04:23 +0100, Andras Simon <andras at renyi.hu> wrote:
>> "Duncan Domingue" <duncanbojangles at gmail.com> writes:
>> > I'm looking for information regarding interaction between a  
>> running lisp
>> > instance and text editors other than emacs. I'm not a huge fan  
>> of emacs, joe
>> > being my editor of choice, and I haven't been able to find  
>> something similar
>> > to slime for joe or any other text editor. I was wondering if  
>> anyone on the
>> > list knows of any project similar in scope and approach as slime  
>> for other
>> > text editors. Any information would be very helpful, even if it  
>> doesn't
>> > involve the editor joe. Thanks in advance.
>> There's slime for J (http://armedbear-j.sourceforge.net/); AFAIK  
>> its author
>> uses it for interaction with ABCL, SBCL (and probably XCL). I'm  
>> not sure it's
>> documented anywhere, but you can always ask on one of the mailing  
>> lists here:
>> http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=55057.
> Another option (although I haven't tried it so can't comment on how
> well it might work) is cusp (slime-devel at common-lisp.net) - a
> SWANK-based plugin for Eclipse.
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> Bill Clementson
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