[CM] Notes from the Metalevel text

Randolph Latimer rdlatimer at tjhsst.edu
Sat May 9 10:38:57 PDT 2009

Okay, I'll try running from Emacs editor. That may work out better than
trying to load the files from the cm command prompt.
Don't have the book with me here, I'll try this on Monday

On Sat, 9 May 2009 08:35:02 +1200, Adam <ahcnz at ihug.co.nz> wrote:
> On Saturday 09 May 2009 01:50 am, Randolph Latimer wrote:
>> I was wondering about this too, to clarify your question for myself-
>> (I'm more familiar with vim/gvim as a editor, less familiar with emacs)
>> The environment I'm using is to work from the cm command line, as if I'm
>> inside a lisp runtime environment.
>> It sounds like, from your question, that cm can be run from within
> CM2 could be run from Emacs, so its great to hear that CM3 can be 
> built to do so too.  
>> I'm not used to running the program from within the editor, although
>> maybe
>> this is how cm is meant to be run?
> For new users, and for teaching, the one binary with GUI makes much
> Its probably much the same, either way, Randolph. 
> Some of us like evaluating CM or Lisp or Scheme directly from within  
> the single page of Emacs text - its the advantage of having the 
> editor right there, and having quick access to evaluating CM or 
> Lisp of Scheme decode.  We all use some editor. 
>> My version is different, I'm trying to be within the cm runtime
>> environment, and load files from the cm command line...like cm>(load
>> "file.scm")
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