Notepad++ supports writing plugins with .net (core),
and it is possible to write plugins with Clojure-CLR and lsp.
Notepad++ is easier to use than Emacs,
and Clojure-clr is more powerful than elisp.
I think it’s good to make Notepad++ (ClojureCLR) the official editor of Clojure, just like DrRacket.
It is also very good to transplant DrRacket into DrClojure with clojure, and then compile it with graalvm.