SLIME: The Superior Lisp Interaction Mode for Emacs. SLIME is a
fresh, new Emacs mode for Common Lisp development inspired by existing
systems such Emacs Lisp and ILISP. Feature highlights include:
* slime-mode: An Emacs minor-mode to enhance lisp-mode with:
o Code evaluation, compilation, and macroexpansion.
o Online documentation (describe, apropos, hyperspec).
o Definition finding (aka Meta-Point aka M-.).
o Symbol and package name completion.
o Automatic macro indentation based on &body.
o Cross-reference interface (WHO-CALLS, etc).
o ... and more.
* SLDB: Common Lisp debugger with an Emacs-based user interface.
* REPL: The Read-Eval-Print Loop ("top-level") is written in Emacs
Lisp for tighter integration with Emacs. The REPL also has builtin
"shortcut" commands similar those of the McCLIM Listener.
* Compilation notes: SLIME is able to take compiler messages and
annotate them directly into source buffers.
* Inspector: Interactive object-inspector in an Emacs buffer.