Emacs is mostly a set of keybound lisp functions
emacs is largely a set of keybinding-mapped lisp S-expressions (lisp functions). Each keybinding that I do simply executes an S-expression. For more bindings, I could use new modes. Add packages to emacs and you’ll experience them as major modes. Use
M-x + “package-list-packages” to see emacs’ has a directory of ready to install packages. Use
M-x + “package-install” when I’m ready to install one. I intend to use the CIDER mode to work with the interactive REPL, though if I didn’t need the REPL, I could just use the Clojure mode for Clojure syntax.