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Climacs[1] is an open source text editor written in Common Lisp that is similar to GNU Emacs and is released under the GNU LGPL (version 2 or later) software license.


Climacs uses the Common Lisp Interface Manager (CLIM) and ESA[2] for constructing its user interface. McCLIM is the CLIM implementation that is compatible with Climacs. The editor provides source coloring based on incremental syntax analysis.[3]


  1. ^ Climacs, a modern version of the Emacs editor
  2. ^ ESA: A CLIM Library for Writing Emacs-Style Applications
  3. ^ Syntax Analysis in the Climacs Text Editor

External links

  • Climacs project
  • McCLIM project

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