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ahklisp: lisp on win32 with cffi, sbcl, and autohotkey


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tinku99
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<!-- m -->http://www.ahklisp.com<!-- m -->
uses Autohotkey.dll http://www.autohotke...pic.php?t=43049

to try it out, do
> git clone <!-- m -->git://github.com/tinku99/ahklisp.git<!-- m -->
and put ahklisp.exe and autohotkey.dll into the ahklisp directory and from the shell do
> ahklisp.exe --userinit clinit.lisp

Programming is telling the computer to do what you would do. However, most programming languages don't treat the mouse, keyboard, gui widgets, other applications as first class citizens like structs and classes. And you cant do much without them.

Ahklisp tries to make lisp more fun and practical on windows, thanks to AutoHotkey.

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valexiev
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This sounds very interesting, and I looked through the sources but couldn't understand much because there is no documentation and few examples.

I use Emacs extensively and I'm an elisp hack, but have not used Common Lisp. Can this be used for elisp hacking? Eg: amend emacs ahk mode, so F1 on a keyword finds it in autohotkey.chm.

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I haven't used lisp outside of emacs in a while.
If I play with it again, I will update with examples and documentation.

There is an ahk mode for emacs: <!-- m -->http://www.autohotke... ... ight=emacs<!-- m -->