> Have a look in lib/el in your picoLisp directory.
> Follow the instructions in @lib/el/README.txt to setup picoLisp in Emacs,
> then you have syntax highlighting and you can run picoLisp REPL within
> Emacs.
> I use Emacs with picolisp-mode combined with paredit.
> Paredit is really awesome to edit S-Expression code, I'm really a lot
> faster with it, it's pure joy.
> Sometimes I use M+x hs-minor-mode to fold blocks of code together, gives a
> better overview when editing large lisp functions (installed by default).
> You can also work in normal the picolisp REPL Emacs-like, check out
> Note: a few standard functions are missing in the Emacs syntax
> highlighting, but its not really an issue.

additional to what was described already:
 - use comint-based inferior-picolisp/picolisp-mode for the "normal"
   operation modus from Emacs (Emacs is the master, picolisp a
   subprocess started by Emacs)

 - use 'emacsStyleLed' and associated emacs version of 'edit' (that
   calls emacsclient instead of vi) for the 'unix style operation modus'
   prefered by Alex: work in the pil repl and only call an editor when
   you want to edit something, i.e. the pil repl is the master and
   emacs(client) the slave

 - use picolisp src-blocks in Org-mode for literate programming

there is another very interesting option:

 - use the slime/swank approach with swank-picolisp.l by Tomas Hlavaty,
   but I don't know how many people actually succeeded in making this

>> Hi all,
>> I have seen the docs about Emacs      and found one webblog dealing with
>> PicoLisp & Emacs but the information is quite old..
>> Do you use Emacs and Company ? How do you integrate the PicoLisp
>> REPL into
>> Emacs ? I'd like to avoid auto complete because I already have a quitte
>> tricky configuration for Company and I guess that running both completion
>> systems in the same time is not perfect..
>> Thanks for any fresh pointer
>> Kind regards
>> jerome
>> --
>> J.MOLIERE - Mentor/J



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