Greetings, I have been wondering for a while what the "optimal" workflow is when working with Chicken (or most other Schemes, for that matter). I suspect that the way I develop Chicken code is too much like how I use Python, and that there should be better ways to do it.
Right now, when I write a program in Chicken, it looks something like this. I have Emacs open with a number of Scheme files loaded. I have a terminal window open with a csi session, and a browser window with tabs for Chickadee, the Chicken manual and maybe other Scheme resources. To try/test code, I use csi -s or -ss at the shell prompt, and unit tests. >From what I understand, this is not very "lispy" at all (having seen videos of people using Common Lisp with SLIME, etc). How do people here develop in Scheme? (I tried http://community.schemewiki.org/?emacs-tutorial but it doesn't tell me much that I didn't already know, and the C-x h C-c C-r trick to send stuff to the Scheme REPL doesn't work properly for some reason.) Any advice welcome... Thanks, --Hans Nowak _______________________________________________ Chicken-users mailing list Chickenfirstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/chicken-users