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Re: eon.el --- object-oriented programming for emacs

From: marc
Subject: Re: eon.el --- object-oriented programming for emacs
Date: 06 Sep 2007 18:46:43 GMT
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On Mon, 03 Sep 2007 23:31:29 -0400, David O'Toole <address@hidden> wrote:
> --=-=-=
> Recently it became clear that I should factor out some common ideas
> that have appeared in most of my emacs lisp programs.
> After some Deep Thinking (TM) I decided that what I really want is to
> write object-oriented programs in Emacs Lisp, with a lightweight
> object model and an easy-to-type syntax for method calls and slot
> references. I want persistent objects and a universal browser (based
> on cell-mode) with which one can inspect and manipulate any Eon object
> or object collection (and that would only be the default view.)

Have you had a look at the emacs widget library (included in emacs),
which also provides links and a minor mode?

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