I very recently announced TouchScheme, my iPad scheme editor and interpreter. The response has been fantastic, and something it has taught me is that there is a need out there for an iOS Lisp editor more general than just a Scheme editor. After release my first major upgrade will be to allow for editing of Clojure and Common Lisp in addition to Scheme. In anticipation of this day, I am renaming TouchScheme to Lisping before release, because I can't do it afterwards.
Meanwhile, thanks to all who have volunteered to Beta Test, I hope to distribute the first beta today.
Posted on 19 Mar 2012
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