Limp, a Lisp mode for vim

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Re: Limp, a Lisp mode for vim

Postby yena » Sat Jul 05, 2008 2:00 am

holygoat wrote:* That *somehow* Limp has changed indenting in Lisp files. My previous indent system wasn't perfect — custom indents for macros are hard-coded — but Limp seems to do the wrong thing for me all the time:


Yeah, the indentation thing is really annoying, but there is already a bug report filed on that. Hope it will be fixed soon; if I was any good at vim scripting i'd try myself. Otherwise it works fine enough for my purposes.
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Re: Limp, a Lisp mode for vim

Postby mikaeljansson » Mon Jul 07, 2008 7:17 am

Thanks! And yes, I've been seeing those issues, too.

However, I really cannot follow up on any of these things unless you file them as tickets on the project page. It's harsh, but that's the way it has to be.

That said, I'm looking into replacing many things in Limp that's written in Vim-script with Lisp-native equivalents using the ECL-enabled version of Vim, which should make it easier to customize things like color scheme and such -- I don't feel quite comfortable with Vim-script.
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