[slime-devel] slime/ACL - ending a session?

Helmut Eller heller at common-lisp.net
Sat Feb 13 16:52:31 UTC 2010

* Duke Normandin [2010-02-13 15:26+0100] writes:

> One problem: How do I gracefully (and correctly) terminate a LISP
> hacking session from within SLIME? SO far, I've just been doing a ^X^C
> to quit emacs, but I now know that that can't be correct because I
> noticed last night ( after my forehead hit the keyboard) that I had 2
> PIDs alive for `alisp'. SO I'm thinking that I'm not doing something
> correctly - duh! Clue me in, please. TIA..

M-x slime-quit-lisp kills the subprocess.
M-x slime-disconnect closes the connection.
M-x slime-restart-inferior-lisp kills and restarts the subprocess.

M-x slime-list-connections lists all open connections and you can use
C-k in that buffer to kill the corresponding lisp.


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