[slime-devel] Re: How to erase input lines in REPL?

Giorgos Pontikakis gnp at freemail.gr
Tue May 16 18:44:34 UTC 2006

Marco Baringer <mb at bese.it> writes:

> Giorgos Pontikakis <gnp at freemail.gr> writes:
>> I just downloaded slime from CVS and I see that you already
>> implemented it. I think that this idea does not work very well in
>> combination with paredit mode, where one does not manually close
>> parantheses and the point usually remains in the expression even if
>> this has been completed. Using paredit, one has to force sending the
>> input all the time.
> oh, hadn't though about that (i'm a big fan of paredit but don't use
> it in the repl).

I know, I learned about paredit when I watched your excellent movie :-)
>> I did not find a configuration option to change this behaviour and
>> modified my local copy of slime.el to revert to the old behaviour. But
>> maybe I'm doing something wrong -- I'm new to SLIME. Is there a way to
>> bind RET to the old behaviour? Or, if not, would you consider adding
>> an option for enabling/disabling this feature?
> I added a slime-repl-return-behaviour variable, set it to
> :send-if-complete for the old behaviour, :send-only-if-after-complete
> for the "new" behaviour. This variable is customizable (in the
> slime-repl group).
> paredit and slime should work seemlessly with each other, yell if
> things are still weird.

Everything seems ok now -- thank you!

-- Giorgos

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