Thomas F. Burdick <email@example.com> wrote:
| On Aug 12, 4:18 am, r...@rpw3.org (Rob Warnock) wrote:
| > Now, it is also true that it's far easier to code good Lisp if one's
| > editor has at least these three capabilities:
| > 1. Simple auto-indentation to the same level as the previous line...
| > 2. The ability to shift groups of lines back & forth ...
| > 3. Parentheses-matching, that is, will blink or otherwise show
| > you the matching open parenthesis when you type a closing one...
| Leaving, what ... the various Emacs-like editors and
| (re)implementations of Vi?
Certainly those two, but it's not unimaginable that there are
a bunch of other editors running on, say, Windows or the Mac
[neither of which I use, so I don't know what's available there
and what's not] that have at least those these three capabilities.
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