[slime-devel] Re: Reconnecting, and slime-buffer-connection.
heller at common-lisp.net
Fri Aug 1 22:22:54 UTC 2008
* Tobias C. Rittweiler [2008-08-01 23:04+0200] writes:
> How would you be going to implement this?
> a) We could grovel all buffers, and just reset slime-buffer-connection
> if appropriate.
> b) Slime-connections are network processes. We could add a level of
> indirection (putting the process in a struct, say), and make
> connections reconnectable this way.
> The first option is probably simpler, while the latter may be
> cleaner. FSVO "cleaner", anyway.
> What do you think?
I'd use a) rather than b) as the latter requires lots of changes. But
rather than a) I would not bother with "fixing" temporary buffers. It's
easy enough to close those buffers with 'q' and it's also easy to
recreate them by invoking the respective command.
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