[slime-devel] top-level keywords in ACL
heller at common-lisp.net
Thu Sep 15 07:01:53 UTC 2011
* UU UUUUU [2011-09-14 20:54] writes:
> Tobias C Rittweiler <tcr <at> freebits.de> writes:
>> In article <loom.20110906T192128-799 <at> post.gmane.org>,
>> Don't use Slime's REPL but the native one. You can
>> do that by not using the slime-repl contrib.
> How does one do that exactly?
Allegro's normal REPL is in the *inferior-lisp* buffer.
> I tried commenting out the two "slime-repl" lines in
> slime-fancy, but when a compile error occurred
> when I compiled a program, the Lisp listener
> hung completely. I could not "q" out of the compile
> buffer window
> If someone can post .emacs for a working,
> version of SLIME (on MacOS and ACL if that
> matters), that would be helpful.
Setup Slime as described in the README file:
(add-to-list 'load-path "~/hacking/lisp/slime/") ; your SLIME directory
(setq inferior-lisp-program "/opt/sbcl/bin/sbcl") ; your Lisp system
> (I currently have three problems with slime-repl.
> First, my Lisp listener's startup banner is deleted.
> Second, I cannot access top-level commands.
> Third, sometimes I cannot access object
> presentations properly: sometimes the Lisp
> listener does not understand a print-unreadable-
> object's printed representation is a presentation. )
Well, you have to choose: either use Allegro's REPL or Slime's REPL.
If you load contribs, be prepared for bugs.
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