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[Geiser-users] Fwd: ac-geiser: auto-complete backend for geiser

From: Xiao Hanyu
Subject: [Geiser-users] Fwd: ac-geiser: auto-complete backend for geiser
Date: Sun, 29 Sep 2013 18:48:05 +0800

Sorry, forgot to forward the email to the mailing list. 

One good news, ac-geiser has been accepted by el-get.


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From: Xiao Hanyu <address@hidden>
Date: Sun, Sep 29, 2013 at 3:01 PM
Subject: Re: [Geiser-users] ac-geiser: auto-complete backend for geiser
To: "Jose A. Ortega Ruiz" <address@hidden>

Hi Jose,

Thanks for your fast response and sorry for my late response :-).

I just create necessary packages to various elisp repos:
- Marmalade:
- Mepla:
- El-get:

I have no experience with large scheme projects, and seems scheme still lacks a standard way dealing with modules. For single file, ac-geiser with geiser and guile 2.0 works well. 

I'll maintain this package at least for one year. Recently I'm learning more about scheme, haha. 


On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 12:11 AM, Jose A. Ortega Ruiz <address@hidden> wrote:

Hi Xiao,

On Tue, Sep 24 2013, Xiao Hanyu wrote:

> Hi, guys:
> I'm writing a auto-complete backend for
> geiser:, which is inspired by
> ac-slime( and
> ac-nrepl( 

This looks very nice! One place where you can get ideas for what geiser
functions to call is geiser-company.el, in the geiser distribution,
which adds support for company-mode and is probably similar in many ways
to autocomplete.

Now that Geiser is both in Marmalade and MELPA, i think it'd be great to
add ac-geiser there, and, in my experience, it'll be very easy to create
the packages (i'll be happy to assist if you find any
problem)... actually, perhaps i should move geiser-company.el to a
separate ELPA package...

Once you think ac-geiser is ready for use, i'll add a pointer in the
geiser documentation to it.



Best regards

Hanyu Xiao ^_^ 肖晗宇


Best regards

Hanyu Xiao ^_^ 肖晗宇

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