[slime-devel] Swank disconnects when editing an ASD-file

Gary King gwking at metabang.com
Mon Sep 11 11:57:32 UTC 2006

Is there any setting in slime that will cause it to write more  
information (e.g., the backtrace, etc...) on an error? If there is,  
it might help here; if there isn't, maybe someone with magical slime  
powers (unfortunately, that's not me! <smile>) should create one.

On Sep 10, 2006, at 7:27 PM, Rüdiger Sonderfeld wrote:

> Am 11.09.2006 um 00:14 schrieb Harald Hanche-Olsen:
>> It is certainly not normal.  I don't see this, running the same
>> software on the same platform.  Does it happen when you open the asd
>> file, or when you actually perform an edit on the open file? If the
>> latter, does it happen no matter what you do to the file, for example
>> modifying a comment, or does it happen while changing code?
> It only happens when I start modifying the file regardless of  
> editing code or comments.
>>  Recall that changing code may cause communication with the sbcl,  
>> in order to
>> inquire about function arguments et cetera.  I guess even opening a
>> file with an (in-package :foo) will cause communication with the sbcl
>> concerning the existence of a package named foo.
> There is communication going on between sbcl/swank and slime.
>> So there is plenty
>> of stuff that could go wrong.  Maybe you can find a clue in the
>> *slime-events* buffer after things broke.
> The following message is printed to *slime-events*
> (:emacs-rex
> (swank:buffer-first-change "/Users/king/develop/myprojects/xmls- 
> path/xmls-path.asd")
> ":xmls-path-system" t 263)
> and swank writes the following in the SBCL instance I'm running
> ;; swank:close-connection: end of file on #<SB-SYS:FD-STREAM for "a  
> constant string" {11BADDB9}>
> I have no idea why this happen.
> Regards,
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