Lisp Programming with Cusp
Cusp is an IDE for programming in lisp (Common Lisp flavor).
It comes prepackaged with SBCL
and a set of tested libraries. Its package contains everything for it to work
and Cusp doesn't have any external dependencies (other than Eclipse).
Cusp contains all the basic features you expect from modern IDE and some more:
code formatting and coloring, folding, outline, auto-completion proposals,
hover quick-help, argument tips, jump to definition, project wizard,
integrated testing, library management, code context sensitive help, debugger.
In this tutorial I show what it takes to write Lisp programs in Cusp. The
tutorial probably is too basic for many users, but it still worth looking through
since it provides overview of all important features that Cusp has.
Table of Contents
There are several excellent books and other resources for CL available online: