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6.1.1 Hooks


This hook is run each time a buffer enters slime-mode. It is most useful for setting buffer-local configuration in your Lisp source buffers. An example use is to enable slime-autodoc-mode (see slime-autodoc-mode).


This hook is run when SLIME establishes a connection to a Lisp server. An example use is to create a Typeout frame (See Typeout frames.)


This hook is run after SLDB is invoked. The hook functions are called from the SLDB buffer after it is initialized. An example use is to add sldb-print-condition to this hook, which makes all conditions debugged with SLDB be recorded in the REPL buffer.