[slime-devel] slime repl AND slime-fancy vs. XEmacs
Mark H. David
mhd at yv.org
Sat Nov 14 23:16:14 UTC 2009
Sorry if this these are old issues already. I just recently became a
subscriber to this list.
I've been using SLIME a few years on Linux, and it was fine, and
actually set up by others.
Recently, I tried setting it up on Windows by myself. Not so smooth.
I followed the basic documentation, which was basically
But that did not start a REPL, but just the *inferior-lisp* buffer.
After a while,
I looked around, and I found some "chatter" about having to do
That almost worked in XEmacs, and did work in GNU Emacs. Is that really
the average user is supposed to do? The main doc on installation
pointed to from here:
which doc is here:
says this is what you should do:
I.e., the first thing I tried. So, is the basic doc wrong? What's the
Also, regarding XEmacs, it did not work off the bat when I required
but did work after I wrapped (unless (featurep 'xemacs) ...)
around (require 'slime-autodoc) in a few slime*.el files.
Can we get very simple changes such as this, which happen to be
needed to make SLIME work with XEmacs, into the main line?
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