[slime-devel] Hide REPL

Helmut Eller heller at common-lisp.net
Wed Dec 24 07:51:29 UTC 2008

* kogu [2008-12-24 07:33+0100] writes:

> Hi,
> I am using Slime/Emacs on Windows.
> I have a dual monitor setup. So I create a new frame, move that to the second
> monitor, and set that to the Slime REPL buffer.
> Now in my main monitor, I have the code visible. When I run a function in the
> main window, the window is split in half with code and REPL showing.
> I want to stop this behavior of automatically splitting the
> window. The REPL on the other frame updates, so that's not a
> problem. So when I run a function (C-M-x), I don't want the window to
> split. Can anyone please help me with this?

We use display-buffer in this case and there are a some variables to
customize display-buffer (at least in Emacs 23).
E.g. display-buffer-reuse-frames or display-buffer-function.

Soon, I will move the REPL code to contrib.  That will probably change
some of these issues.


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