Recently I found an interesting little programming language called LSharp.net.
It is effectively a language by which the user can script in LISP and call functions to the .NET framework. It is indeed an interesting experiment and in a little while it cvould perhaps become usable.
The issue I found with coding for L#.net was the unfortunate lack of an IDE…. so I made one (see below)
As can be seen, the IDE is currently only able to load, save and run programs. However, i’m actively working on this so quick advancements are to be expected.
For a 1.0-BETA release this is the sort of feature list I am hoping for…
- Load, edit, save and run L#.net programs.
- Code colouring.
- Font settings.
- Multiple files open (projects?)
It shouldn’t take too long, so expect an update within the next few days.