No matter what I do, M-x picolisp-repl gives:
Searching for program: no such file or directory, pil
I've set customize group thus:
in a fresh install of the melpa picolisp-mode.
On Wed, Feb 11, 2015 at 8:29 PM, Alexis <flexibe...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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 using?
> 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 `picolisp-pil-executable`.
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