[CM] slime printing

James Hearon j_hearon at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 23 12:45:56 PDT 2014

re: clm emacs-slime

...might be a bit OT

I was hoping to get some advice on printing from emacs-slime.  I'm trying to print output to a visible area of the emacs editor when the code is compiled and runs, such as in with-sound below.

I'm using f20, sbcl, emacs-slime, and clm but having a devil of a time getting any contrib to load and run with my .emacs file which might support more repl such as to the echo area etc.  I'm wondering what approach you folks might use to print to std out?  Are you using a contrib package or other editor and print .el utility files?

I've tried things like (print ), and (format t ...) and (message ...), and those evaluate the expression to the echo area but they don't work when I compile and run and it is beeping.  Or am I totally off base, and lisp doesn't do that very well at all?

Thank You,

(definstrument simp (start-time duration frequency amplitude &optional (amp-env '(0 0 .5 1.0 1.0 0)))
  (multiple-value-bind (beg end) (times->samples start-time duration)
    (let ((osc (make-oscil :frequency frequency))
          (amp-env (make-env amp-env :scaler amplitude :duration duration)))
       (loop for i from beg below end do
               (outa i (* (env amp-env) (oscil osc) ))
                   (outb i (* (env amp-env) (oscil osc) ))

(with-sound (:channels 2)
for tt from 1 to 10 by 2
****** (print tt) *******
(simp tt .25  220 .75)
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