Building Your Own Lisp For Great Justice
Here is a slide deck for a talk I gave. Much code. Very ponies. Wow.
Notes for code slides are here.
There is a video recording of the latest version of this talk available here: https://skillsmatter.com/skillscasts/4484-build-your-own-lisp-for-great-justice.
Slides can be run directly on the internets at http://bodil.org/building-lisp. The REPL slides will only work if you have a REPL server running locally, though.
To launch the REPL server, you'll need to install https://github.com/technomancy/leiningen, then:
$ cd repl-server $ lein run
To setup and run the local HTTP server for the slides:
$ npm install $ npm start
Navigate through slides using
Editor cheat sheet:
Ctrl-Sevaluates the buffer.
Ctrl-,toggles commenting of the current line or selection.
Ctrl-'selects the token at point.
Ctrl-Ykills to end of line and yanks from the kill buffer as in Most Holy Emacs.
Ctrl-Esimilarly moves cursor to start and end of line.
Tabwill indent the current line to where it's supposed to be.
Alt-Spacesends a space bar keypress event to the HTML document.
- etc. for enter and cursor keys.
Escmoves focus from the editor back to the slide deck, so you can change slides etc. (Also, if the slide deck is active,
Tabshould focus the editor.)
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