Subject: Re: CL-Emacs (was Re: Multiple LISP's?) From: Erik Naggum <email@example.com> Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 13:58:59 GMT Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> * Alain Picard > What _important_ changes would YOU like to see to emacs? > Curious minds want to know. My primary concern is the educational value of a Common Lisp application that could replace the bogus Emacs Lisp as a demonstration of what a good Lisp can do. There is also the speed and convenience of many sorts, but that is way below the effect of enhancing the Common Lisp systems because they suddenly have to face up to a much larger user community who will have all the needs that are not with the current systems, and hopefully will be enthusiastic about a "better Emacs" and want to do stuff in it, which will then be a real Common Lisp environment that can compile their files and such things, not just an application that is fairly closed. /// -- Why did that stupid George W. Bush turn to Christian fundamentalism to fight Islamic fundamentalism? Why use terms like "crusade", which only invokes fear of a repetition of that disgraceful period of Christianity with its _sustained_ terrorist attacks on Islam? He is _such_ an idiot.