ANN: Relisp 1.0.0 (rubyfied emacs lisp)

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Don March, May 5, 2009.

  1. Don March

    Don March Guest

    This purpose of Relisp is to:
    * call Ruby from Emacs
    * call Elisp from Ruby
    * manipulate Emacs without using Elisp to some extent (Ruby wrappers
    around some Elisp functions and objects)
    * reduce the number of blog entries titled “Is Ruby an acceptable Lisp?â€
    and flame wars under the title “ruby vs. lisp vs. scheme vs. haskell vs.
    …â€

    Wouldn’t it be nice to have a Ruby interface to things like buffers,
    windows and frames? Yes. Yes it would:

    new_buffer = Relisp::Buffer.new("name_of_new_buffer")
    new_buffer.switch_to
    Relisp::Frame.new({:width => 80, :height => 20, :name => "ruby
    frame"})

    For more examples and details, see
    * Original blog post:
    http://ohspite.net/2009/01/30/relisp-rubyfied-emacs-lisp/
    * Documentation: http://relisp.rubyforge.org/
    --
    Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
     
    Don March, May 5, 2009
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