kib2 wrote:When I look at projects like PLT-Scheme, there's a great multiplateform IDE, and no problems to install it: you just have to code.
Now, going to Common Lisp, you either have a choice between Emacs+Slime and you'll have to spent hours on to configure them for a newbie, and proprietary tools like Allegro or LispWorks (yes, with restricted free versions) why ?
(pushnew "path/to/the/library/dir/" asdf:*central-registry* :test #'equalp)
;; load asdf
#+(or ecl sbcl) (require 'asdf)
#-(or ecl sbcl)
;; register all the libraries
;; provided that all them are unpacked
;; into directory "/usr/unpacked/lisp-libs/"
(pushnew (concatenate 'string "/usr/unpacked/lisp-libs/"
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