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This is an ILISP-like development environment intended for maximum integration with CMUCL (also works with SBCL, OpenMCL and work is ongoing on Lispworks and current CVS version of CLISP and CLISP 2.32 on Linux).
This package contains the Emacs client, that will connect to the Lisp-side server (see package cl-swank).
To connect to Common Lisp implementations not running in Debian you need the latest CVS version of slime, NOT the old slime 'release' version 1.2.1 or older.
This directory contains source code which may be useful to some Slime users. *.el files are Emacs Lisp source and *.lisp files contain Common Lisp source code. If not otherwise stated in the file itself, the files are placed in the Public Domain. The components in this directory are more or less detached from the rest of Slime. They are essentially "add-ons". But Slime can also be used withou more»
SLIME for Debian ---------------- IT'S SLIME. SLIME is the Superior Lisp Interaction Mode for Emacs. See: http://www.common-lisp.net/project/slime/ Also: http://www.cliki.net/Slime/ Please note that this version is based on the current CVS version of slime, which is incompatible with the old 'release' of slime that is no longer maintained, supported and never will be updated. In sl more»
* SLIME News -*- outline -*- * (since 2.3) ** UTF8 encoding SLIME now uses only UTF8 to encode strings on the wire. Customization variables like slime-net-coding-system or swank:*coding-system* are now useless. * 2.3 (October 2011) ** REPL no longer loaded by default SLIME has a REPL which communicates exclusively over SLIME's socket. This REPL is no lo more»
2012-05-23 Christophe Rhodes <firstname.lastname@example.org> * swank-media.lisp: add provide. 2012-05-04 St more»
2012-05-25 Stas Boukarev <email@example.com> * slime.el (slime-oneliner): Use minibuffer width more»
slime (1:20120525-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream. -- Milan Zamazal <firstname.lastname@example.org> M more»
This package was debianized by Sean Champ <email@example.com> on Sat, 28 Aug 2004 10:41:53 -0700 more»