On 29 November 2011 12:23, Bernard Hurley <bernard@...> wrote:
> This is probably in the documentation somewhere, but I can't find it!
> If I have been using the REPL is there any way of saving all the
> definitions etc made in that session? Apart from the obvious things
> like copying and pasting or saving the REPL buffer as a file to be
> edited later. Btw I am using emacs and slime.
Perhaps you're looking for DRIBBLE?
Slime also saves things into ~/.slime-history.eld
However, I at least find slime-scratch a better fit for things I might
want to refer to later:
(setq slime-scratch-file (expand-file-name "~/.slime-scratch.lisp"))
makes your slime-scratch buffer persistent.