Emacs as an inferior-lisp-program

Emacs has this inferior-lisp mode where you can send lisp forms to a running lisp image. This can either be a common-lisp (although Slime is more specialized at that), or a scheme, or as it turns out, it can be emacs itself.

Put these two files in a directory some place:

Then, simply tell emacs to make ee.sh your inferior-lisp-program.

Before the novelty wears off, a better version might simply be a reader that speaks emacsclient…

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  1. Paul Hobbs says:

    This is hilarious. Thank you for brightening my day =]

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