Hi OpenMCL users.<br>I'm a new lisp user, a transfer from ruby, and so far I love it; it changes the way I program, and it is BLAZING fast. (especially compared to, say, ruby or python).<br><br>Still, one thing really annoys me: the repl. First of all, I'd like to change the prompt. Minor thing, and I can always recompile my customization easier (I'd just like a way to do that at runtime.) Second, I want readline support. I know its license conflicts with openmcl's, but what about editline? Heck, it's even built into os x!
<br><br>Anyway, I'd like to change that. So what I am doing at the moment is spawning a new process whose io streams are controlled via two ptys, and do read/editline support that way. But that seems such a large hack, especially when I feel it could be so easily implemented. So, short of implementing readline functionality, could the source be modified so the user can?
<br><br>Thanks much, Duane.<br>