pnathan: elephant bypasses fence to drink from pool (Default)
The code for Cusp/lispdev is, roughly, working.

"I've taken the Lispdev code and gotten it sort of more or less working. That is, I can communicate with the REPL within Eclipse. Stack traces sort of work. Highlighting works. And a few other things work. There's a lot more capability in the code that needs to be enabled and winkled out." - from my post on reddit/r/lisp/.

Looking at automating the builds now.


Feb. 16th, 2014 02:00 am
pnathan: elephant bypasses fence to drink from pool (Default)
One project that has languished for years is the CUSP Common Lisp plugin for Eclipse. There's a fork, Lispdev, also abandoned.

It's very aggravating, frankly. Lispdev doesn't appear to work - the preferences pane isn't even set up. Booting throws exceptions right and left.

CUSP doesn't really work on install, failing to lock into SBCL, and things are eh'.

Lispdev is about 28KLoC and Cusp about 19KLoC, all in Java, of course.

Feh. I want to get this working to the point of releasing a SBCL-working version. Let's see if interest exists for further work past that.


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