Changeset 4377


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10/15/03 14:35:22 (19 years ago)
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piso
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lisp, jlisp

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    159159    <li><a href="commands.html#jdb">jdb</a></li>
    160160    <li><a href="commands.html#jdkHelp">jdkHelp</a></li>
     161    <li><a href="commands.html#jlisp">jlisp</a></li>
    161162    <li><a href="commands.html#jmips">jmips</a></li>
    162163    <li><a href="commands.html#jumpToColumn">jumpToColumn</a></li>
     
    172173    <li><a href="commands.html#killWordRight">killWordRight</a></li>
    173174    <li><a href="commands.html#left">left</a></li>
     175    <li><a href="commands.html#lisp">lisp</a></li>
    174176    <li><a href="commands.html#lispFindMatchingChar">lispFindMatchingChar</a></li>
    175177    <li><a href="commands.html#lispSelectSyntax">lispSelectSyntax</a></li>
     
    22792281</dl><!--<hr>-->
    22802282
     2283<a name="jlisp">jlisp</a><dl><dd>
     2284<p>
     2285Runs Armed Bear Lisp embedded in the running instance of j, with interaction in
     2286a Lisp shell buffer.
     2287<p>
     2288Using this command to run Lisp lets you use the resulting Lisp shell to
     2289interact with the running instance of j.
     2290<p>
     2291If you don't need to interact with the running instance of j, you should use
     2292the <a href="#lisp">lisp</a> command instead of this one. The
     2293<a href="#lisp">lisp</a> command runs Lisp as a separate process, making it
     2294less likely that ensuing anomalies will have a detrimental impact on your
     2295editor session.
     2296<p>
     2297<b>Default key mapping:</b> None
     2298<p>
     2299<b>See also:</b> <a href="#lisp">lisp</a>
     2300<br><br>
     2301</dl><!--<hr>-->
     2302
    22812303<a name="jmips">jmips</a><dl><dd>
    22822304<p>
     
    24252447<p>
    24262448<b>Default key mapping:</b> Left arrow key
     2449<br><br>
     2450</dl><!--<hr>-->
     2451
     2452<a name="lisp">lisp</a><dl><dd>
     2453<p>
     2454Runs Lisp as a separate process, with interaction in a Lisp shell buffer.
     2455<p>
     2456By default, this command runs Armed Bear Lisp, which comes bundled with j.
     2457<p>
     2458If you have <a href="building.html#jpty">jpty</a> installed, you can run a
     2459different Lisp by supplying an argument to this command. For example, on a
     2460normal Debian system, you can run SBCL (if it's installed) with Alt X, "lisp
     2461/usr/bin/sbcl".
     2462<p>
     2463<b>Default key mapping:</b> None
     2464<p>
     2465<b>See also:</b> <a href="#jlisp">jlisp</a>
    24272466<br><br>
    24282467</dl><!--<hr>-->
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