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parentheses inference for Lisp
See the Parinfer Home Page for a complete exploration.
Parinfer is a proof-of-concept editor mode for Lisp programming languages. It simplifies the way we write Lisp by auto-adjusting parens when indentation changes and vice versa. The hope is to make basic Lisp-editing easier for newcomers and experts alike, while still allowing existing plugins like Paredit to satisfy the need for more advanced operations.
This project is split into two parts:
See the Parinfer Demo Editor to try the latest version online.
Parinfer is still in early development. Several people have started integrating it into code editors at various stages of development.
Parinfer will soon be available for some REPL environments as well: