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Have always fantasized about writing an Emacs-like editor. What would be a good language (apart from LISP)?
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Yi – The Haskell-Scriptable Editor\ (4 comments)
What are some alternatives?
yi - The Haskell-Scriptable Editor
editpipe - Edit stdin using an editor before sending to stdout.
nvim-hs - Neovim API for Haskell plugins as well as the plugin provider
yi-rope - Rope data structure used by Yi
themplate - Create projects from simple templates
ghclive - Google Summer of Code 2012 project, GHCi for the web
iptadmin - web interface for iptables