I sort of want to get into guile, for guix OS (I kind of expect this to evolve into an OS where the shell language is a lisp! And also the package manager is good and this is probably a better version of this than Nix?)

But like... Symbols in guile aren't namespaced, so to learn what they mean.. I could just use a "go to definition" IDE feature but I can't confirm that that anyone has implemented that for anything, so I'd just have to web search each one? That seems very bad?


I guess it's probably there in emacs? Seems to be a standard thing.
But there doesn't seem to be guile support for sublime or vscode. Is emacs just that good, lisp programmers wont use anything else?

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