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Re: edit/test cycle?
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- Subject: Re: edit/test cycle?
- From: haible (Bruno Haible)
- Date: Mon, 22 Nov 93 01:02:06 +0100
Phil Perucci <firstname.lastname@example.org> has an interesting question:
> With CLISP, what is the best edit/test/code/edit, etc cycle (under X)?
> One xterm for editing, another for "clisp -c"?
The way I use to work on Linux with X11 is this:
- editor: aXe-5.1 (has multiple windows, pull-down menus, parentheses matching)
- clisp running in one xterm, sometimes with Capture/Logging enabled.
- developing cycle: edit & save, switch to clisp xterm, (load "..."),
test several functions individually, maybe using the stepper, then switch
back to the editor window.
- when I think everything works, use clisp -c and eliminate the errors