Lawrence Bottorff writes:
New install. Put picoLisp in ~/opt/picoLisp/ Then I created an
alias for the pil:
alias pil='~/opt/picoLisp/pil +'
This works fine from shell; starts up REPL. However emacs can't
start the REPL (run-picolisp):
Searching for program: no such file or directory, pil
What can I do to make emacs see ~/opt/picoLisp/pil ?
i'm running a manually-compiled Emacs 24.4, and i don't have any
`run-picolisp` command available - what version of Emacs are you
In any event, you might be interested in using the `picolisp-mode`
package i've started developing:
You can specify the location of the `pil` executable via the
`picolisp` customize-group, or by setting the value of