[plt-scheme] Slime-like documentation

From: Filipe Cabecinhas (filcab at gmail.com)
Date: Fri Jan 11 12:46:56 EST 2008


On 11 Jan, 2008, at 02:33, Alex Shinn wrote:

> If you want to stick with Emacs and mzscheme, you can use
> scheme-complete (compatible with any scheme mode):
>  http://synthcode.com/emacs/scheme-complete.el.gz
> It has both intelligent tab completion and eldoc support (showing
> a brief docstring in the minibuffer).  In fact, it's much smarter than
> slime because it recognizes the current lexical environment.
> Given the following:
>  (letrec ((foo (lambda (a b) x)))
>    (foo
> it will show "(foo a b)" in the minibuffer.
> --  
> Alex

Using emacs is another idea. But I like Dr Scheme, I think I will take  
a peek at that code.


   - Filipe Cabecinhas

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