[CM] moving forward

Juan Pampin juan@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Mon, 1 Jul 2002 18:19:48 -0700 (PDT)

You should try running lisp as a subprocess of emacs (or xemacs), that way
you can have an emacs frame with lisp running and other frames with lisp
code being edited. You can even get code evaluation piped into lisp. I
think a .emacs file comes with CM's distribution, you just need to edit it 
with the apropiate lisp-image path and move it to your home directory 
to get such an environment going.

On Mon, 1 Jul 2002, shreeswifty wrote:

> Ok i finally have cmucl running clm with ATS and asth as well.
> now i am finally able to start actually thinking about some music with these
> wonderful tools.
> but i have one last question regarding the interface concept. Apparently one
> must use emacs to edit scores. Is there no way that lisp can call
> the emacs editor from within 1 shell? It would be cool to save edited .ins's
> immediately from just 1 commandline. Also i really appreciated the
> parenthetic completion feature a la emacs in clisp, is there a way to turn
> this on in cmucl?
> Pat Pagano, Director
> South East Just Intonation Society
> http://www.screwmusicforever.com/SHREESWIFT/
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