Subject: Re: ilisp verse eli From: Erik Naggum <email@example.com> Date: 2000/11/29 Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> * Sunil Mishra <email@example.com> | But what | really got to me was that eli did not respect the paradigms that other | lisp modes follow, such as M-p and M-n for previous and next command. Yes, C-c p and C-c n are massively annoying, but rebinding them to M-p and M-n is really quite simple. You're _supposed_ to make your own bindings that fit your own needs in Emacs, so while not excessively sympathetic to your plight, I agree that the default should be more in line with other packages. I can't live without the multiple listeners and the background streams in eli, nor without any of the other support for multiprocessing in the same Lisp image. Last I checked, ilisp couldn't deal with multiprocessing at all, possibly because CMUCL and CLISP don't have real multiprocessing so there is no need for it there. #:Erik -- Solution to U.S. Presidential Election Crisis 2000: Let Texas secede from the Union and elect George W. Bush their very first President. All parties, states would rejoice.