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Re: Help on Slime

From: Andrea Vettorello
Subject: Re: Help on Slime
Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2008 08:26:33 +0100

On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 1:04 AM, Lorenzo Isella
<address@hidden> wrote:


>  I am a bit puzzled: if I create a file test.lisp with the trivial content:
>  (+ 1 2)
>  and then I load it then both the lisp mode and slime mode are
>  automatically enabled.
>  However, if I try positioning the cursor and using  C-x C-e I get the
>  message
>  Not connected.
>  If I disable the  slime (M-x slime-mode), then C-x C-e returns the
>  obvious value 3.

I'm confident that's the Emacs internal Lisp interpreter.

>  What am I doing wrong? What I am seeing does not look much like the
>  video at:

You should start the SLIME REPL with "M-x slime" (and you need to
install one of the supported Lisp environments, according to the
package description SBCL, CMUCL, OpenMCL and some versions of CLISP
and Lispworks).

If you are interested to know more, a good introductory book is Peter Seibel's
"Practical Common Lisp":


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