Question about Emacs compatibility with Portacle

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  • GitHub repo portacle

    A portable common lisp development environment

    I just started learning Common Lisp, mostly because there is a university class I could take in the future in which they just assume you already know the language going in; and so I downloaded the Portacle IDE, which is a bundle of (a forked version of?) Emacs, SBCL, QuickLisp, and Git.

  • GitHub repo evil

    The extensible vi layer for Emacs.

    You could become evil if you plan to continue using it. awesome-emacs lists quite a few starter kits that ship with evil.

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  • GitHub repo sbcl

    Mirror of Steel Bank Common Lisp (SBCL)'s official repository

    More information about SBCL is available at http://www.sbcl.org/.

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