[slime-devel] SLIME and Lispworks?

Luke Gorrie luke at bluetail.com
Mon Oct 20 11:39:57 UTC 2003

Alain.Picard at memetrics.com writes:

> Luke Gorrie writes:
>  > Great! The OpenMCL backend is currently the shortest/simplest, so I
>  > would guess the easiest approach it to port that to LispWorks.
> Okay.  I'll start with that.
>  > If you write that, we can run the test suite against LispWorks along
> There's a test suite?!  Wow.  ;-)

You can run it with `M-x slime-run-tests'. It even has a pretty
outline-mode interface :-). There're some shell scripts for running it
in batch-mode with different Lisp/Emacs combinations too. If you want
to do that you can find some details in the thread starting from

Some of the cases are currently CMUCL-specific (e.g. expecting
edit-definition to find CMUCL sources). Will fix :-)


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