|Subject:||Sv: Christmas wish: Literate Elisp|
|Date:||Sat, 14 Dec 2019 04:40:30 +0000|
To be honest my contact with Haskell broke once the university course, some 20 yrs ago was over, so I am a little bit illiterate about Haskells sexy packages. I just recalled that it was possible to invert text and code in Haskell. But cool. Didn't know there is a package to let load org files directly either. What I do in init is use org-babel to entangle my init file (org-babel-load-file (expand-file-name "~/.emacs.d/lisp/init.org")). What is the name of the package? I have tried to google it and looked into elpa packages with list-package but I don't see it. I am just curious how is it done, as I was thinking or they refactor the code as in org-babel into corresponding lisp file.
Thanks for the answers.
Från: Stefan Monnier <address@hidden>
Skickat: den 12 december 2019 18:29
Till: arthur miller <address@hidden>
Kopia: emacs-devel <address@hidden>; address@hidden <address@hidden>
Ämne: Re: Christmas wish: Literate Elisp
> My proposal is to slightly change Elisp parser to treat lines that start
> with any other printable character but '(' as a start of comment and to
> simply ignore the line, just as it treats ';' as a comment.
The `sexpresso` Haskell package follows the same idea ;-)
As for using it in Elisp: I don't think there's anything stopping anyone
from making such a `literate-elisp-mode` and even arrange for `load` to
handle such a file (just like there is already a package that lets
`load` work directly on .org files).
I'd welcome such a package in GNU ELPA.
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