[slime-devel] navigating large buffers

Xu Jingtao jingtaozf at gmail.com
Mon Sep 26 01:37:07 UTC 2011


you can bind one key to such function.
(defun my-toggle-selective-display ()
  (let ((arg (max 1 (progn (back-to-indentation) (current-column)))))
    (set-selective-display (if selective-display nil arg))))

> Hi,
> I have been experimenting with keeping everything in a single .lisp
> file for the initial development phase of a project, then cutting it
> up when it the structure converges.
> I am looking for better ways to navigate a single buffer when it gets
> large, and I would appreciate advice on how others manage this.  Of
> course, SLIME features such as M-. work fine, and forward/backward
> isearch is useful too, but I was wondering if there was something
> else.  I found a reference to outline-mode [1], but not much besides
> that.  Any advice or tips & tricks would be appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Tamas
> [1] http://mumble.net/~campbell/scheme/style.txt
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With best regards.

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