how about specifying file variables header #53

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snmsts opened this Issue Oct 28, 2012 · 4 comments

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snmsts commented Oct 28, 2012

I think it is helpful for a slime user that each file having header like

;; -*- slime-buffer-package: "clack.component" -*-

I don't know the format is appropriate or not.
but it is helpful for the people who try to read clack.

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fukamachi Oct 30, 2012

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I agree with you if it's possible but it seems it doesn't work.

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fukamachi commented Oct 30, 2012

I agree with you if it's possible but it seems it doesn't work.

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Really? If so I don't know what is actually happening to you.
Would you try close and find-file after save the file?
This facility works when a file is loaded and only that timing the specified local variable are modified.
It is different from the 'in-package' facility of slime.

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snmsts commented Oct 30, 2012

Really? If so I don't know what is actually happening to you.
Would you try close and find-file after save the file?
This facility works when a file is loaded and only that timing the specified local variable are modified.
It is different from the 'in-package' facility of slime.

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Ah, it worked when I closed a file once and reopened it. Thx.

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fukamachi commented Oct 30, 2012

Ah, it worked when I closed a file once and reopened it. Thx.

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I deleted clack.util:namespace at 76a5f2a.

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fukamachi commented Feb 2, 2014

I deleted clack.util:namespace at 76a5f2a.

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