Version 2 of the Climacs text editor. (by robert-strandh)

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  • Eoops: An Object-Oriented Programming System for Emacs-Lisp (1992) [PDF]
    1 project | | 22 Dec 2021
    You could also ask in the other direction: why doesn't CL implementations implement Elisp and Emacs? There has actually been experiments to implement Emacs on CL, but that didn't work so well either. Search the Web for Climax which was supposed to be an Emacs Clone which I have no idea how well it materialized, and SecondClimax which seems to be alive, but I have no idea how good it is. The fact that I have never heard anyone of using it should speak for itself.
  • On New IDEs
    3 projects | | 24 Nov 2021
    There is still the Second Climacs editor, which uses a incremental and "proper" Common Lisp reader. scymtym recently did some impressive demos, including incremental parsing and a semantic analyser. I recall seeing more...somewhere.
  • [Question] Capitalism Made Me a Programmer; Need an Exit Strategy
    2 projects | | 23 Oct 2021
    Sure. We have Climacs and the second one for full Lisp Emacsen, which still run on Unix systems and stock hardware.
  • Hell Is Other REPLs
    1 project | | 31 Aug 2021
    Years back, I prototyped something along these lines; screenshots below. Each time I've mentioned it in that time, lots of people were super enthusiastic about using and/or contributing to it, yet best I can tell nobody has done so. Anything that lacks serious lisp developers among its users will remain a toy, and all the serious lisp developers are either happy with Emacs, or building a better emacs.


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