[slime-devel] SLIME-Clisp Unicode encoding

mv968 mv968 at tiscalinet.it
Tue Mar 15 14:36:14 UTC 2011

I connect with

M-x slime

and I enter #\à in *inferior-lisp* buffer. I also have the following 
lines in my emacs (don't know exactly what they are for):

(require 'slime-autoloads)
(slime-setup '(slime-scratch slime-editing-commands))
(slime-setup '(slime-repl))
(slime-setup '(slime-fancy))
(slime-setup '(slime-autodoc))

Since I'd like to use Lisp for technical software, do you think that 
CMUCL might be better suited than CCL ?

Thanks again.


Il 15/03/2011 13:02, Helmut Eller ha scritto:
> * mv968 [2011-03-15 11:30] writes:
>> I saw somewhere that 'CHARSET:CP1252', and I too suspect that this is
>> the problem, but your solution gives me an error
>>        #x19F7D29D>  is illegal
>>      [Condition of type SYSTEM::SIMPLE-STREAM-ERROR]
>> maybe there is a typo?
> I not sure.  How exactly do you connect to the Lisp process?
> With M-x slime-connect?  And in which buffer to you enter
> the #\à?
>> Moreover, do you know any good SLIME tutorial for a Lisp-SLIME
>> almost-newbie? The online SLIME User Manual is not enough
>> self-explanatory for my level of knowledge.
> There are some links on the Slime webpage.  In particular the
> screencast: http://common-lisp.net/project/movies/movies/slime.mov
> But first I would suggest to switch away from CLisp to CCL.  CLisp is ok
> for a lot of things, but it doesn't work well with Slime.
> Helmut
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