Just starting with newLISP

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mcc
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Just starting with newLISP

Post by mcc »

Hi,

greetings to all :)
This is my first posting...

Just a few minutes ago I got newLisp compiled on my Gentoo Linux PC and on my Arietta.G25
(http://www.acmesystems.it/arietta), qhich is *very* nice since anything else Lisplike failed
on my Arietta.

Before I dig deeper into this language:
I am a BIG fan of the vim editor and would like to know, whether there are any hints and tricks how
to combine newLisp and vim in a most efficient (wonderful?) way for writing newLisp-code and run
it.

How can I do this?

Best regards,
mcc

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vim support in newLisp is good, but it would be nicer if the paren-matching code knew enough to not count parens inside strings. That completely messes paren-matching up. Also auto-indent could be a little nicer, I never did figure out how to get it working to my satisfaction.

But for the most part, paren-matching in vim is good and I use vim every day to edit newlisp.
Cavemen in bearskins invaded the ivory towers of Artificial Intelligence. Nine months later, they left with a baby named newLISP. The women of the ivory towers wept and wailed. "Abomination!" they cried.

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mcc wrote: is *very* nice since anything else Lisplike failed
on my Arietta
Look's like an impressive small hardware. How's the performance?

Cheers
Marc
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Post by protozen »

Hey this is interesting, I never heard of it before.
hilti wrote:
mcc wrote: is *very* nice since anything else Lisplike failed
on my Arietta
Look's like an impressive small hardware. How's the performance?

Cheers
Marc

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