[slime-devel] slime-undefmethod contrib

Bob Rogers rogers-slime at rgrjr.dyndns.org
Tue Dec 2 04:23:00 UTC 2008

   From: Madhu <enometh at meer.net>
   Date: Mon, 01 Dec 2008 20:54:34 +0530

   Attached is my first contrib submission. M-x slime-undefine-function
   does not help when you wish to remove a specific method.  This contrib
   adds a new function slime-undefmethod.  Invoking M-x slime-undefmethod
   with the point inside a defmethod definition in your source will find
   and remove the specific method.

Interesting; I've tackled this problem from a different direction.  It
turns out that swank:undefine-function works for methods if you give it
a name of the form "(method gf :after (class1 class2 t))", at least in
CMUCL.  So I wrote an elisp hack to parse the method prototype.  The
code is much too messy for prime time, but the curious (those with
strong stomachs) can look at rgr-slime-kill-definition in [1].

   But I don't mean to steal your thunder; it looks like your solution
is much more portable.  And I certainly agree that this would be useful.

					-- Bob Rogers

[1]  https://rgrjr.dyndns.org/svn/rgr-hacks/trunk/rgr-lisp-hacks.el

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