On Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 11:51 AM, Michael B. Brutman
<mbbrut...@brutman.com> wrote:

> - Editors do not need interpreted languages in them.  (EMACs users,
> please forgive me.)

Fundamentally, Gnu Emacs is a Lisp interpreter, and most of the editor
is written in Lisp.

But while you may not go the Emacs route, how do you handle a macro
*language* in the editor?

(Keystroke macros don't count.  I'm talking about conditionals in the
macro language.)

I spent a fair bit of time back when hacking macros in Daniel
Lawrence's MicroEMACS, which included a full macro language (and ran
fine under MS-DOS 3.3 - 5.0)
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