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Re: Elisp LSP Server

From: Alexandre Garreau
Subject: Re: Elisp LSP Server
Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2021 09:51:16 +0200

Le lundi 25 octobre 2021, 09:45:21 CEST Theodor Thornhill a écrit :
> On October 25, 2021 9:22:36 AM GMT+02:00, Alexandre Garreau 
<galex-713@galex-713.eu> wrote:
> >Le lundi 25 octobre 2021, 04:17:51 CEST Richard Stallman a écrit :
> >> [[[ To any NSA and FBI agents reading my email: please consider   
> >> ]]]
> >> [[[ whether defending the US Constitution against all enemies,    
> >> ]]]
> >> [[[ foreign or domestic, requires you to follow Snowden's example.
> >> ]]]
> >> 
> >>   > > The OP was referring to being able to open "VS Code" (a version
> >>   > > of
> >>   > > it)
> >>   > > inside the browser. It's a "cloud IDE" sort of thing.
> >>   > 
> >>   > Ah. We could open Emacs locally though, using an extension.
> >> 
> >> You can already start Emacs locally.  What's the actual point or goal
> >> here?
> >
> >you cannot from webpages, yet these represent most of the usage of
> >their computer from modern users.  This is because of their hypertext
> >nature: by being heavily interconnected, they lead to some kind of
> >addiction/ accumulation (that’s easily seen when you “get lost on
> >wikipedia” by compulsively reading stuff that have something little
> >but interesting in common).  The issue is you can follow an hyperlink
> >from emacs (or any software, for the matter) to the webbrowser, but
> >more hardly from the webbrowser to some specific function of emacs
> >(but a new file that would be stored in /tmp, hence limiting the
> >usefulness of emacs in the time, since the file won’t be there in the
> >future to edit again), and, worse, impossible from any software that’s
> >not a browser nor emacs, to emacs (at least through a hyperlink, which
> >in most software always triggers a browser).
> https://github.com/emacs-lsp/lsp-gitpod
> This looks like what you are thinking of, doesn't it?

Absolutely not, because it takes the whole page (an entire tab), while I 
mean a single block *inside* an already webpage.  Furthermore: this seems 
to require javascript (my idea would only be to require a simple bar link, 
or <embed> element, to any emacs-editable file, to trigger the opening of 
an emacs X window *inside* a webpage), and worse: the opening, hence 
execution (though not usage) of VS Code.

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