Lem is the editor/IDE well-tuned for Common Lisp.
After installing lem, you can start developing in Common Lisp at once.
You can skip over writing tidy settings or installing many plugins as you do on Emacs.
- MacOS 10.13+
Play with Lem in the Docker
You can try Lem by running it in a docker container:
docker run --rm -ti -v `pwd`:/app 40ants/lem:latest
Please install roswell at first.
After that, please follow the steps bellow.
1. install lem by roswell $ ros install lem-project/lem 2. add the PATH in the initialization file(such as ~/.bashrc) export PATH=$PATH:~/.roswell/bin
$ ros update lem
$ lem <filename.lisp>
You can watch the screencast on Youtube.
~/.lem/init.lisp when starting up.
fukamachi also published his init files on GitHub. https://github.com/fukamachi/.lem
Extensions and modes
- Pareto - A mode, complement to the Paredit. Makes Lisp code editing even more efficient!
Electron version (Experiment)
Electron version is in the experimental stage.
If you try, please follow below steps.
$ node -v # check if your nodejs is 8.9.3LTS+. v8.9.3 $ npm -v 5.5.1 $ npm install -g cxxxr/lem # install lem-electron $ lem-electron # Electron version will start
Lem on platforms without SBCL thread support (e.g. raspberry pi3)
If installation fails due to
bordeaux-threads, there is no thread provided by SBCL on your PC.
You need to use Clozure Common Lisp (CCL) instead of SBCL.
$ ros install ccl-bin $ ros use ccl-bin $ ros install cxxxr/lem
And also need to specify frontend to
ncurses-ccl. You can launch lem as follows:
$ lem --frontend ncurses-ccl
How to develop lisp
How to hack on lem itself
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