Please note - this process is now outdated. Read the Overtone wiki documentation for the latest install process: github.com/overtone/overtone/wiki/
This screencast will walk you through the process of installing all the various parts necessary to allow you to hack on Overtone from Emacs.
It covers the following topics:
* Installing Emacs
* Installing Slime
* Installing Cake
* Installing Swank Server
* Creating a new Overtone Project
* Hacking in Emacs
By the end of this screencast, you'll have your own Emacs-powered Overtone environment to play in.
For those interested, the initial slides were presented with Apple's Keynote, and the terminal interface was a combination of the excellent iTerm2 (iterm2) and dvtm (brain-dump.org/projects/dvtm/). The specific version of dvtm used in this screencast is available here: github.com/samaaron/dvtm
Scribble: Closing the Book on Ad Hoc Documentation Tools
Matthew Flatt , Eli Barzilay , Robert Bruce Findler; University of Utah, Northeastern Uni-
versity, Northwestern University
International Conference on Functional Programming (ICFP)
Lightning talk by Robert Goldman to the Twin Cities Lisp Users Group about the soon-to-be-released ASDF2. This presentation was recorded on 2010-05-25.
You can find more details about this presentation here: tclispers.org/asdf2-presentation
Presentation by Patrick Stein to the Twin Cities Lisp Users Group about the Common Lisp web framework Weblocks. This presentation was recorded 2010-04-26.
You can find slides for this presentation here: tclispers.org/weblocks-presentation
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