Eric Marsden <email@example.com> wrote:
| >>>>> "gsz" == GSz <elysiumwalker@NOyahSPAMoo.com> writes:
| gsz> Is it possible to exit the REPL in CMUCL without actually exiting
| gsz> the program? I know this sounds a bit insane, but what I want is the
| gsz> ability to do some curses programming (with cl-ncurses) from within
| gsz> Emacs and SLIME.
| you can save a CMUCL image that starts a swank listener instead of a
| REPL, by using the :INIT-FUNCTION argument to EXT:SAVE-LISP.
| Something like:
| (ext:save-lisp "/tmp/cmucl-swank.img"
| :init-function (lambda () (swank:create-swank-server)
| (loop (sys:serve-all-events))))
| Start the image with "lisp -core cmucl-swank.img" and connect
| to it from Emacs with "M-x slime-connect".
Or equivalently, shouldn't it work for him to simply type the
following to the REPL of a normal image?
The LOOP will never return, and thus the REPL will read no more characters.
[Hmmm... Well... Except for hitting the debugger. And then you might or
might not *want* it to be reading...]
Rob Warnock <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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