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Feb 28, 2009, 4:22:47 PM2/28/09
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I learned to program in Scheme using Emacs and Bee. Then I switched to
Scite, because Emacs is very large, somewhat slow, difficult to
configure, etc. Not long ago, I started working with LispIDE, that is
based on Scintilla (like Scite). LispIDE offers a lot of fine tools
for Common Lisp programmers, like a browser into Common Lisp the
Language, etc. Today, I discovered that the new release of LispIDE
supports Scheme too. I tried it with Bigloo, and it worked great. It
works very well with Gambit, and SCM too. The address:

http://www.daansystems.com/lispide/

Dr. Nikolaus Klepp

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Mar 3, 2009, 7:04:15 PM3/3/09
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comp.lang.scheme wrote:

would have been nice if it ran on linux, too. any plans in this direction?

leppie

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Mar 4, 2009, 12:32:20 AM3/4/09
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On Mar 4, 2:04 am, "Dr. Nikolaus Klepp" <dr.kl...@gmx.at> wrote:

> comp.lang.scheme wrote:
> >http://www.daansystems.com/lispide/
>
> would have been nice if it ran on linux, too. any plans in this direction?

But you linux guys already have all the nice LISP and Scheme editors!

luka...@gmail.com

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Mar 5, 2009, 4:17:31 AM3/5/09
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I tried to run it on win xp and it went into an infinite loop it keeps
popping up the main editor window ... -_-

luka...@gmail.com

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Mar 5, 2009, 4:17:12 AM3/5/09
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I tried to run it on win xp and it went into an infinite loop it keeps
popping up the main editor window ... -_-

On 4 Mar, 06:32, leppie <xacc....@gmail.com> wrote:

Elena

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Mar 18, 2009, 4:19:15 PM3/18/09
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Jabberwocky is quite interesting. Java based, many features.
Unfortunately development has been stopped.

http://jabberwocky.sourceforge.net/main.html

Elena

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Mar 18, 2009, 4:42:00 PM3/18/09
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On 28 Feb, 22:22, "comp.lang.scheme" <phi50...@yahoo.ca> wrote:

Very basic.

Download PLT Scheme. Most complete and easy Scheme IDE for beginners.
And quite powerful too.

Aaron W. Hsu

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Mar 18, 2009, 5:19:12 PM3/18/09
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Elena <egar...@gmail.com> writes:

>> http://www.daansystems.com/lispide/

>Very basic.

And when you are ready to try something else, see the Emacs like editor
Edwin in MIT Scheme, which has some interesting niceties.

--
Aaron W. Hsu <arc...@sacrideo.us> | <http://www.sacrideo.us>
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Elena

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Mar 19, 2009, 9:56:21 AM3/19/09
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On Mar 18, 9:19 pm, Aaron W. Hsu <arcf...@sacrideo.us> wrote:
> And when you are ready to try something else, see the Emacs like editor
> Edwin in MIT Scheme, which has some interesting niceties.

One such nicety is that someone implemented an Emacs Lisp interpreter
on top of it, thus allowing Edwin to run Emacs packages (tested with
Gnus). You can find the paper which describes the project, but AFAIK
code has not been released.

Elena

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Mar 19, 2009, 9:57:56 AM3/19/09
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Publicly released, I mean.

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