[CM] slime printing

Ralf Mattes rm at seid-online.de
Thu Apr 24 06:37:17 PDT 2014

On Wed, Apr 23, 2014 at 07:45:56PM +0000, James Hearon wrote:
> re: clm emacs-slime

BTW, I forgot to mention

> 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'd strongly suggest to everyone  who uses Common Lisp to take advantage of quicklisp  and especially use the quicklisp distributed
version of slime. You get a rather fresh slime (new quicklisp reslease app. once a month) and save yourself quite some
time setting up slime. After switching to quicklisp slime my setup shrank to:

 (load (expand-file-name "~/quicklisp/slime-helper.el")) 
 (require 'slime)

(ok. That's a lie :-) There's still some tweaking in my init file, but the two lines are more than enough to get you going with
cm and clm.

Cheers, RalfD

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