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Slyblime is Sylvester the Cat's Common Lisp IDE for Sublime Text 4:
Slyblime is an implementation of SLY and uses the same backend (SLYNK).
Currently it includes:
- REPL integration including backtracking
- Autocomplete and documentation
- References, disassembly, macroexpansion etc.
- Inspection support
- Tracing support
- Compilation support with notes
- Multiple connexions
- Debugger including stack frame inspection
- NEW! Ability to open an inferior Lisp directly from the editor!
The primary missing feature is the ability to use stickers from Sly.
First install SublimeREPL and this plugin.
Use Package Control to install them, or download and unzip the plugins in your packages folder.
Sly: Upgrade SublimeREPL to work with Sly into the command palette.
Finally, to get started just run
Sly: Start and connect to an inferior Lisp instance in the command palette (you may need to change the default lisp program in the settings).
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Make sure to install SublimeREPL (via Package Control) and then running
Sly: Upgrade SublimeREPL to work with Sly into the command palette before attempting to use Slyblime!
Using an inferior Lisp
Go to the settings and set the inferior lisp command to what you want (by default it's
After that run
Sly: Start and connect to an inferior Lisp instance to start a inferior lisp and REPL.
To connect to a Slynk instance run
Sly: Connect to slynk using the command palette.
Make sure to use the included
Lisp+ syntax for all the features to work correctly.
To use pathname translation, create file
Then at the top add
from slyblime.filename_translation import *.
A pathname translator is any class definition which extends the (
PathnameTranslator abstract class as follows:
class PathnameTranslator(): # Tells Slyblime if the translator should be offered for the current connexion def is_active(self, session: SlynkSession) -> bool def local_to_remote(self, pathname: str) -> str def remote_to_local(self, pathname: str) -> str # A two line description of the translator for the selection menu description: Tuple[str, str] ``` For most cases, it is preferable to use extend the (`slyblime.filename_translation.`)`SimpleTranslator` abstract class: ```python class SimpleTranslator(PathnameTranslator): local_stem:str remote_stem:str def is_active(self, session: SlynkSession) -> bool ``` where a bijection is created such that path "`local_stem`/*A*" ≃ "`remote_stem`/*A*". ## Developping The recommended way to develop is to clone this repo somewhere, then symlink the `src` folder to the Sublime packages folder and symlink the `sly` submodule folder into the `src` folder. While this may seem convolouted, this allows almost all files to remain toplevel in the package folder which means that Sublime Text will reload them upon modification, speeding up editing speed. ## Copying See [COPYING.md](COPYING.md), but tl;dr GPL. ## Contributing Open an issue or a pull request.