Free and easy environment for learning Common LISP under Windows?

Wanted a simple environment for use in the University. Requirements are as follows:

— Ease of use

No emacs's! =) Also don't need super-fancy IDE. Ideally, code editor with syntax highlighting and some more nice features (what's important to Lisp?) + run the interpreter from the code editor flick of the wrist by pressing the button "Run".

Free

— Portability

The ability to run from the flash drive / network drive. Undemanding to additional libraries, etc. for computers, no nothing to put will not allow myself to put will not.


Torture Google little Dali: are or the command line interpreters, or the powerful and paid IDE solutions from the category of "first try attitude." In General, the impression that this issue in the world of Lisp somehow all is sad. I will be very glad if it is false )
October 14th 19 at 12:14
4 answers
October 14th 19 at 12:16
far + colorer
To start the macros to make it easy (recording keypresses) ;)
In principle, an option.

But then it is better to take SciTE/Notepad++ or LispIDE and screwed by this CLISP. Quite simply, though not the "lazy" variant ) - raleigh_Kemm commented on October 14th 19 at 12:19
October 14th 19 at 12:18
> with this issue in the world of Lisp somehow all is sad.
Just everyone knows who is in the world of Lisp is the leader among development environments. :) But you rejected him already in the second sentence. Although with proper tuning it could be OK with him...

By sabzh, I have not used but have seen somewhere a plugin under Eclipse for Lisp development, although I don't know how it all work.
October 14th 19 at 12:20
CUSP plug — in for Eclipse... Comes with SBCL...
The last time I used it, everything worked out of the box...
bitfauna.com/projects/cusp/
October 14th 19 at 12:22
What's wrong with emacs'ohms ? Here are quite ready CL in the "box" configured with emacs'Slime'Ohm Ohm and Ohm Swank'for all popular desktop platforms. As the implementation is Clozure CL is quite competitive SBCL'have. Easily changed for the same SBCL or ЕCL. Even as an editor you can take sublimetext and it SublimeREPL.

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