SLIME is the Superior Lisp Interaction Mode for Emacs. It is
  implemented in two main parts: the Emacs Lisp side (slime.el), and
  the support library for the Common Lisp (swank.lisp and swank-*.lisp)

  For a real description, see the manual in doc/

Quick setup instructions

  Add this to your ~/.emacs file and fill in the appropriate filenames:

    (add-to-list 'load-path "~/hacking/lisp/slime/")  ; your SLIME directory
    (setq inferior-lisp-program "/opt/sbcl/bin/sbcl") ; your Lisp system
    (require 'slime)

  Make sure your `inferior-lisp-program' is set to a compatible
  version of Lisp.

  The function `slime-setup' can also load additional, contributed
  packages ("contribs"). The most-often used package is
  slime-fancy.el, which primarily installs a popular set of other
  contributed packages. It includes a better REPL, and many more nice
  features. To load it, change the bare (slime-setup) form above to
  (slime-setup '(slime-fancy)).

  Use `M-x' slime to fire up and connect to an inferior Lisp.
  SLIME will now automatically be available in your Lisp source


  SLIME is free software. All files, unless explicitly stated
  otherwise, are public domain.


  Questions and comments are best directed to the mailing list:

  The mailing list archive is also available on Gmane: