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29 Jan 2004 (updated 29 Jan 2004 at 22:57 UTC) »

Hey, cool! I have a diary!

Anyone who is interested in working on native OS X IDEs for Lisp, please visit the mac-lisp-ide list. To quote from that page:

The purpose of the mac-lisp-ide list is to encourage discussion about what a true, native Mac OS X ide for Common Lisp development would look and feel like, and to encourage the coding of such an IDE. Native here is defined as Cocoa, Carbon, or OpenGL, but not X11, terminal, or GNU Emacs/XEmacs-based. Topics of discussion should include but not be limited to:

  • Built in Emacs-like editor, based on CL
  • Socket connection to other Lisps, perhaps non-Common Lisps (Scheme)
  • Debugging and backtracing
  • Presentation-based GUIs using Cocoa
  • Object clipboard and REPL history
  • Integrated documentation
  • Threading

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