On Sun, Apr 15, 2007 at 03:50:13PM +0900, 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. 
> 
> With respect to coding in lisp, the combination of emacs and SLIME is a very
> nice environment. I believe there is also a project that is developing
> integration with SWANK (the lisp side of the emacs/slime combination) to VI, so
> that you can get a similar integration, but with VI as the front end
> editor/driver

If that's Vim, and not just vi, I'm sure I'll be all over it.

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