SchemeScript as a valid Kawa IDE integration has sunk. I have lost my passion
to it due to not being able to figure out the huge codebase I’m dealing with
and mr.Per got a little frustrated by my results. That’s ok since we are no
losers and have the ability to adjust in difficult situations. Haven’t
wirtten in a while in this blog exactly because I didn’t have a certain plan in
my mind to portray.
So what are we up to?
We are going to implement the youngster of protokewls Language Server
(abbr. LSP). Ok it’s an initiative of Microsoft and for that judgement comes
above all, so as to not get criticised for this decision in the not so distant
future. As it seems it’s a great initiative and potentially the future of IDEs
as well as editors (Vim, Emacs, Sublime, etc).
The challenge lies with the server. How will the client-server communicate? How
will the server be structured? What is a legal milestone for GSoC? Also: Will
Google approve of this transition?
Well the answer to those questions is mr.Duncan
Mak. He will help me along with Per Bothner to
write the server in Kawa Scheme.
Still researching and trying to come up with a plan.
More info soon.