I wonder if the GNU Emacs Team had thought of replacing the ELisp scripting language with that from newLisp. I took a look at newLisp documentation and must say its very easy. Anyway, I didn't run the newLisp installer as Windows Defender blocked the download from executing. The only place where I will run newLisp code is "newLisp in a browser."
> In article <[hidden email]> you wrote:
>> Hi GNU Emacs Team,
>> I wonder if the GNU Emacs Team had thought of replacing the ELisp
>> scripting language with that from newLisp.?
>> I took a look at newLisp documentation and must say its very easy.
> But it won't include facilities for manipulating editing things like
> buffers. It would take a lot of work to replicate these in newLisp.
> Also, there's around 1.7 million lines of Emacs Lisp code in the Emacs
> core. That's a lot of code to have to convert.
It is very unlikely that we will rewrite Emacs in newLisp.