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Published on Jul 22, 2013
This video will show you how to set up a decent common lisp development environment. This video is not going into great detail of how everything works just yet but will get you a working environment so you can start exploring the tools available to you
We are using windows as many people will be coming from that operating system and it is slightly trickier to set up on Windows than on Linux.
At the end of this tutorial you will be using Emacs as your editor, SBCL as your common lisp implementation, Quicklisp to manage your lisp libraries and Slime to extend emacs so it is a seamless Common Lisp IDE.