[Openmcl-devel] openmcl future features

Richard Newman holygoat at gmail.com
Mon Aug 1 22:15:06 UTC 2005

I think I second this selection -- a lightweight IDE with listener,  
editor, and some Mac OS integration, like Xcode for Lisp.

I'm expecting a lot of people saying "who needs foo, we have Slime +  
Emacs". Then you get me screaming Vim into the wind at the top of my  

Me, if I had a way of embedding Vim into an OpenMCL IDE, I'd be in  
heaven. But that's not quite on the list ;)


On 1 Aug 2005, at 14:11, alex crain wrote:

> Anyway, my list would look like this:
> Editor
> Listener
> Debugger (Step, Trace, Stack viewer)
> Bundle Manager
> Documentation manager - Lisp docs and external class descriptions  
> integrated with the editor
> ham sandwich, grilled in butter with swiss cheese and dijon mustard.
> Inspector for objects, packages, bundles, classes
> Thread viewer
> class map viewer

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