[erlang-questions] Killer Erlang tools

Toby Thain <>
Tue Jun 12 17:23:04 CEST 2007


On 12-Jun-07, at 9:51 AM, Joel Reymont wrote:

> Just a small pre-announcement...
>
> I'll be writing the refactoring IDE in Lisp and for Cocoa on the Mac.

That's an unfortunate restriction. Why not make it portable?

(I happen to use a Mac 24/7, but I understand that I'm in a tiny  
minority.)

--Toby

> I want it to be a remarkable tool, remarkably good-looking too. I
> also want it to be extensible. I want it to be  what TextMate is for
> people coming to Ruby on Rails. Last but not least, I want to run
> Lisp on the Erlang VM.
>
> No, I do not want to write an IDE in Erlang or Java or use Eclipse or
> NetBeans. I'm also rather fond of the Lisp syntax as opposed to the
> one that Erlang uses ;-).
>
> The core feature set is first and foremost what bugs me and helps me
> work with Erlang. The rest is up for grabs.
>
> 	Thanks, Joel
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