The first beta release of the new
integrated development environment for LISP has been announced.
Jabberwocky supports CLISP versions 2.27 and 2.28 and CMUCL versions
18c and 18d. Support for SBCL and GCL is planned.
Jabberwocky works under Linux 2.4 and Windows, and has been released
under the GNU GPL.
Jabberwocky's list of features include:
- A lisp-aware editor with syntax coloring and code completion.
- An interaction pane for display of the LISP process.
- A browser for viewing source code, functions, and macros.
- A source level debugger.
For more information on Jabberwocky, see the following documentation:
As time marches on, the list of IDEs for Linux continues to grow,
Jabberwocky looks to be a useful addition to the Lisp developer's toolbox.
Thanks to author Marc Mertens.
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