What If Python Replaced Elisp?

Gregoire Welraeds greg at perceval.be
Wed Mar 8 16:57:23 CET 2000


In reply to the message of Warren Postma sent on Mar 8 (see below) :

> I would love an Editor written in Python, scriptable in Python.

scriptabe in Python... I think this is the case with VIM5.6 compiled with
the Python interpreter module.

BTW: I love VIm :)

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On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Warren Postma wrote:

> Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2000 10:47:32 -0500
> From: Warren Postma <embed at geocities.com>
> To: python-list at python.org
> Newsgroups: comp.lang.python
> Subject: Re: What If Python Replaced Elisp?
> 
> Why rewrite EMACS? Why not start from scratch with Python and see what
> develops?
> 
> I never learned EMACS because I hated LISP. I took a LISP course in 2nd year
> CompSci.  Blech!
>
> I would love an Editor written in Python, scriptable in Python.  IDLE is
> great except for when I need to use a command line machine. In fact, I find
> a text screen less distracting when I'm writing reams of code.  I think a
> Python+Curses based editor would be great. Does such a beastie exist?
> 
> Warren
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