Glenda from Outer Space
Maybe it's blasphemy to not use Emacs when writing Lisp/Scheme functions (or expressions as they put it), but I really like Acme. It's got the same engulfing effect that Emacs has but without the unnecessary bloat. Here I show how I was able to make writing Scheme much less painful.
Link to the script I have: https://gitlab.com/pellertson1998/scripts/blob/master/Paren
Link to the git repo that has my functions: https://gitlab.com/pellertson1998/scripts
P.S. I suck at editing. I'll work on that next video
Uploaded this to YouTube but Bitchute ain't mirroring the video. So here you go. Excuse my nervousness I'll get better.
It just occurred to me that I used nearly this same thumbnail on my previous video. Oh well
Check out http://acme.cat-v.org/ for more info about this amazing editor.
As far as I can tell, this is the first video on BitChute about anything related to Plan 9, much less acme. I'll upload videos of my own soon but have a really good intro video to acme right now.
Created 11 months, 3 weeks ago.
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