September 08, 2003


Luke Gorrie is working on SLIME, “The Superior Lisp Interaction Mode, Extended, for CMUCL. An Emacs mode for interacting with CMU Common Lisp, in the spirit of Ilisp, but based on a separate communication channel more akin to Hemlock.”

Posted by jjwiseman at September 08, 2003 10:36 AM

Actually, the screenshot above is not of SLIME! It's of Antonio Menezes Leitao's Emacs debugger front-end for CMUCL :-). The image that it links to is SLIME, however.

I must also give the disclaimer that it ain't yet a finished product, but anyone with a recent (post-18e) snapshot of CMUCL and a taste for adventure is welcome to check it out :-)

And for my final disclaimer, note that Eric Marsden is the original/main author!

Posted by: Luke Gorrie on September 8, 2003 02:56 PM

Oops! Fixed now.

Posted by: John on September 8, 2003 03:13 PM

So what is the status on this now?

Posted by: James Ashley on October 15, 2005 01:59 PM
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