Writing code in Racket using Emacs would it be a sin?
@lnxw48a1 I don't use Emacs for coding in Blocky, Squeak, Java (anymore). I don't use Emacs for editing nginx config.
I use Emacs, vim, Textmate, vscode for coding in Ruby.
I prefer Emacs when I code in Common Lisp, Clojure, and of course Elisp.
Racket syntax is similar to Common Lisp and Clojure. So using Emacs may be a good choice. I am not sure whether Emacs and Racket REPL are integrated properly. If it isn't, then I don't have to try.
@willghatch @veer66 @lnxw48a1 ah cool; didn't know that. Still looking forward to the day Emacs can do this with error messages tho: https://icosahedron.website/media/7GnYCRKxZNY82Kp5OnA