Morning Chris -
  Upon reflection, my picolisp install is via apt, but that is just
  a side note.

  I took the files from tarfile that you pointed me to, added your
  inferior mode and placed them under ~/.emacs.d

  A brief inspections - which is all I have time for now - shows
  that *.l files are loaded without error and syntax highlight shows
  as well as the REPL.

  That's more than I could say for either the elpa install or the
  one provided by the ubuntu install.

  I appreciate the help. 
  What others are using for an editor/IDE?

  Thanks again, Chris
  - tj -
* Christopher Howard <> [170405 17:24]:
> Hi, I was referring to the lib/el folder inside the picolisp source
> archive from
> I followed the manual installation instructions so that my picolisp is
> installed at /usr/local/src/picoLisp. And so I just added this to my
> ~/.emacs:
> (add-to-list 'load-path "/usr/local/src/picoLisp/lib/el")
> (load "tsm.el") ;; Picolisp TransientSymbolsMarkup (*Tsm)
> (autoload 'run-picolisp "inferior-picolisp")
> (autoload 'picolisp-mode "picolisp" "Major mode for editing Picolisp." t)
> (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.l$" . picolisp-mode))
> On 04/05/2017 05:01 PM, Tim Johnson wrote:
> >    I'm unclear as to where lib/el is. Note that I have .el files at
> >    /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/picolisp. (I installed picolisp via
> >    the "standard" config-make compilation route.)
> > 
> >    What is the full path of your lib/el?
> >    thanks, Chris
> > 
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