I'm writing some simple emacs tools for visual studio solutions.
I've got a function
sln-process-csproj-file. This function takes the path to a project, and returns a tuple that's just a data model of the innards of the project.
Right now the return value on the last line of that function is
`(,project-name ,project-path ,project-files).
I have written three getter functions to use with the list:
(defun sln-project-name (project) (nth 0 project)) (defun sln-project-path (project) (nth 1 project)) (defun sln-project-files (project) (nth 2 project))
Does this getter and setter boilerplate code match best practices? Is there a shorter way to write it?