Chris Beggy <email@example.com> writes:
> George Demmy <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > RUNNING (For those not familiar with comint or ilisp)
> > If you've got it all installed and you've evaluated the expressions in
> > your .emacs, you should be able to open a file, say "foo.scsh". You
> > can fire up the inferior scheme process with M-x run-ilisp. It will
> > prompt you for a dialect, to which answer "scsh". scsh should load up
> > into a buffer called *scsh*. You can evaluate expressions in foo.scsh
> > with scsh using C-c C-e. You can check out the other bindings in the
> > typical manner C-h b.
> Thanks. This is a great advance. Have you published it to the
> ilisp-devel list?
No, but I've "geared up" to do so -- I've scanned the ilisp-devel mail
list archives to see how things are done there and set myself up with
a sourceforge account so I can post to the list. I wanted folks with a
better understanding of scheme and the scsh implementation to have a
crack at the howto, and especially the way I handled eval, before
approaching the ilisp folks.