Tim X wrote:
> Chad Perrin <perrin / apotheon.com> writes:
>
>   
>> Isn't that what Smalltalk does?  It combines the language and the IDE in
>> one convenient package.  I'm sure I've seen a couple other languages do
>> the same sort of thing, but at the moment I'm drawing a blank on what
>> they might have been, specifically.
>>
>> Anyway, I'd rather code Lisp in Vim any day of the week.
>>     
>
> There have been some lisp dialects that combined the IDE with the language
> similar to what smalltalk does. 
>   
Dr. Scheme comes to mind ... an IDE *and* a language tutorial. And for 
Forth, there's the non-free and Windows-ia32-only SwiftForth package 
from Forth, Inc. It's not as tutorial as Dr. Scheme, but it does come 
with an excellent tutorial in PDF.

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