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I've just released a new stable version of Thnake, a Linux live CD for those who want to learn Common Lisp (or Python). It loads entirely to RAM, requires no installation, and has SBCL, Emacs + SLIME, LTK, CL-WHO and Hunchentoot already configured. (It also has a similar suite of stuff for Python.) ...
- Mon Mar 02, 2009 11:30 am
- Forum: Other Tools
- Topic: Geany as a Common Lisp IDE
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Has anyone tried to set up a Common Lisp syntax highlighting and indentation file for Geany and recompile it to use it? If you have a useful starting point, I'd love to work with it; I'm doing a live-CD distribution that includes Emacs and SLIME, but some people have expressed a (misguided) desire f...
So any of you who looked at it are aware, I'm rethinking Thnake; I'm going to drop Python, add a bunch of additional libraries and some documentation and instructional materials, and re-release it with a less silly name. Watch this space.
Something that might be of interest: I just put up for download a light operating system live CD directed toward people who want to try Lisp without installing anything or configuring it themselves. Since it includes both Python and Lisp, it's called Thnake. Basically, all you have to do is download...