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common lisp in MacOS X

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Hey, I'm trying to put Emacs+CLisp+Slime to work, but I'm not being able to. One of the problems is to find the Emacs configuration file, which should be in ~/.emacs , however it isnt there, and if I try to create one, the name changes to #.emacs#, cause macos doesnt let me create these system specific files... Any help? Huge thanks

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making ~/.emacs worked nice here.. Just make it using nano in terminal.

Dunno anything about CLisp though, im using sbcl.

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thanks, I got that to work.

One more thing... I never worked much with emacs, so here goes a question:

im trying to write in that minibuffer M-x slime, how do I write there?




I tried Apple+x, but nothing


thanks again

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ESC can be used as M(eta)-key. Press ESC and then x.

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ESC can be used as M(eta)-key. Press ESC and then x.


hehe, huge (!) thanks :D

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