ES ha scritto:
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>>When using procedural code it is easy and not comparable with autocompletition for Ruby.
> 
> 
> Er, Lisp is a procedural language?

I think what Lothar is saying is that you use prefix syntax in lisp, 
where you don't expect completion to behave based on the type of an 
object, even if you're using CLOS.
Typing

f<tab> obj
is different than typing
obj.f<tab>
since in the former case you don't expect that the completion is done 
based on the type of the arguments, which you have not inserted yet.