[slime-devel] Re: Evaluate forms from within Lisp buffers and displaying the result in the REPL

Bill Clementson billclem at gmail.com
Mon Apr 23 05:34:45 UTC 2007

Hi Nikodemus,

On 4/20/07, Nikodemus Siivola <nikodemus at random-state.net> wrote:
> Marco Baringer wrote:
> > this would only make sense, imho, if evaling code in the buffers
> > respected the repl's *package*, *readtable*, etc. and updated *, **,
> > ***, +, ++, etc.
> >
> > is this what you're suggesting? i'm not sure i like it, it's nice to
> > have some code in the repl which tests a function and have recompiling
> > that function not upset the state of the repl. however if we allowed
> > multiple, independant, repls this wouldn't be such a problem.
> I don't know Rainer wants, but I've often enough hoped that C-x C-e
> updated * &co. Because of that I now more often use C-c I then C-x C-e...

What do you have "C-c |" bound to? It must be a custom binding that
you've setup as I don't think it is a standard SLIME binding.

Bill Clementson

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