SLIME uses a custom Read-Eval-Print Loop (REPL, also known as a
“top level”, or listener). The REPL user-interface is written in
Emacs Lisp, which gives more Emacs-integration than the traditional
comint-based Lisp interaction:
To load the REPL use
(add-to-list 'slime-contribs 'slime-repl) in your
Select the output buffer, preferably in a different window.
Insert a call to the function defined around point into the REPL.
Inserts the last expression to the REPL and evaluates it there. Switches to the current package of the source buffer for the duration. If used with a prefix argument, doesn’t switch back afterwards.
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