[PlanetCCRMA] CMN and emacs in Planet CCRMA

Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Wed Jun 16 22:48:00 2004

On Wed, 2004-06-16 at 19:48, Dave Phillips wrote:
> What's the best way to use CMN with GNU emacs ? 

I normally use ilisp under xemacs...

> Is there a CMN editing mode ? 

Meaning specific to cmn? I don't think so, there is a common lisp mode
which is the one I use. I believe Rick (Taube) has a different interface
that is bundled with cm but I have not tried it yet. 

> How do I summon the CMN image from emacs ?

Dave: first you have to get a white robe (sorry, black won't do, that's
for c++). Ankle length, of course. With a hood. I assume you have a
relatively isolated basement you can use for the ceremony, right?....

:-) ;-) :-p

If you use xemacs then you can add some emacs lisp code to your init
file in ~/.xemacs/init.el, a sample can be found at:


(the executable names are tuned for the Planet CCRMA packages)

Restart xemacs and the <esc>-x and type "cmucl" or "clisp" depending on
which dialect you are using. That should bring up a second buffer with
the lisp interpreter running. Or change the las lines to bind <ctrl>-x
<ctrl>-l to start the image of your choice. 

-- Fernando