[slime-devel] cl-workbooks in emacs?

Mirko Vukovic mirko.vukovic at gmail.com
Sat Feb 19 14:30:09 UTC 2011

This is not a slime question, but it is about emacs & common lisp.

I use slime + clisp and sbcl for my work.  I use REPL as an environement for
interactive data analysis.  I need to produce an annotated log of the

I am looking for a workbook type of file mode, in which I would enter into a
 - text (with markup rules such as in muse-mode or org-mode)
 - valid CL code

At the end of the day I could `publish' the file (as an html, pdf, latex)
document which would contain
 - the text
 - The CL code (formatted appropriately)
 - Results of executing the CL code.

Some of my commands produce graphics via gnuplot, and there should be
conventions+intelligence to dump these into a png format and insert into the
published file.

Right now, I am doing it very crudely by
 - creating a .lisp file
 - Writing text in #| |# blocks in emacs' muse mode.
 - CL stuff in rest of the buffer
 - Executing C-u C-c C-x to paste CL results into the buffer
 - modifying things a bit by hand
 - and leaving it at that.

Are there any packages that can help me accomplish this?


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