Summary: Unmaintained since 2004. point users to SlimeMode
< '''ILISP''': a generalized (X)Emacs
< interface to an underlying LispLanguage
< * http://ilisp.cons.org/
< * http://sourceforge.net/projects/ilisp/
< ILISP is a package that is designed to integrate various Lisp implementations
> ILISP was a package designed to integrate various Lisp implementations
< ILISP runs an inferior Lisp process (in Emacs parlance) and provides a
< specialized set of commands, key bindings, and menus to ease the interaction
< with it. ILISP commands access the underlying Lisp process and provide ways
< to make the editing, compilation and execution of Lisp programs much easier.
< Currently ILISP can handle the connection with the following Common Lisp
< and Scheme implementations: CLiki:CMUCL, CLiki:CLISP by B. Haible and M. Stoll,
< Harlequin <nowiki>LispWorks</nowiki>, Franz Allegro CL, many KCL derivatives (including
< CLiki:GCL), CLiki:SBCL and various [[Scheme]] implementations.
< '''Problem''': If you type a single right paran ')' and hit return, ilisp stops
< responding (e.g. type 42<return> we should see 42 evaluated, but it doesn't).
< How do we get out of this situation once it starts? '''Solution''': Keep hitting backspace to delete everything up to and including the bracket and start again.
< == Example of Program Development Using Emacs and ILISP ==
< This example can be included in Emacs's start-up file, ".emacs". Change the
< login name, name of the remote host, and pathname of the Lisp to be invoked.
< Emacs can be programmed for development in other languages besides Lisp, as
< ;;; This load hook defines a Lisp "dialect" that can be invoked by ILISP
< ;;; as directed by the user's response to ILISP's "Dialect: " prompt.
< (add-hook 'ilisp-load-hook
< '(lambda ()
< (message "Running ilisp-load-hook")
< (setq ilisp-load-hook
< '(lambda ()
< ;; Define a new dialect to run on another machine.
< "CMU Common Lisp Remotely Executed."
< (setq ilisp-program
< "ssh thomas@computer1001 /usr/local/bin/lisp")))))
> ILISP [http://sourceforge.net/projects/ilisp development] has stopped in 2004. You should use SlimeMode instead.