Using vi with Lisp


Most Lisp developers prefer emacs to vi since emacs allows one to run Lisp within a separate buffer with a tightly integrated compile/test cycle. For those already familiar with vi, vi can do two of the most important functions you would need from the editor: When using Xwindows, the easiest solution is to have two xterm windows, one for Lisp and one for vi. Do not forget to reload your file into Lisp every time you change it.

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