[techtalk] Lisp (was: X Mail client recommendations)

Samantha Atkins samantha at isis.aurinia.com
Mon Feb 21 02:04:37 EST 2000

Kelly Lynn Martin wrote:
> On Mon, 21 Feb 2000 16:58:14 +1100, "Jenn V." <jenn at simegen.com> said:
> >Correct me if I'm wrong, but 'you don't know of any Lisp
> >documentation besides what's in the Emacs distribution'? Are those
> >the missing adjectives?
> There are _lots_ of good books on LISP out there.  The Little LISPer
> is a good guidebook, IMO.  (I have both the Little LISPer and the
> Little Schemer -- they're good books.)  For Emacs LISP, the FSF used
> to publish a Emacs LISP Programmer's Manual.  Poke around their
> website, or just drop RMS a line and ask about it.  I'm sure that they
> still have it, although it's possibly out of date at this point.
> Kelly
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O'Reilly publishes "Writing GNU Emacs Extensions" that covers a lot of
Emacs Lisp and many useful and wondrous things to do with it.  Highly
recommended for Emacs hackers.

- samantha

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