SLIME: The Superior Lisp Interaction Mode for Emacs
SLIME is an Emacs mode for Common Lisp development. It can be downloaded as a point-and-click install package to be used with Aquamacs.
This plugin requires Aquamacs 1.6 or later. SLIME 2.0 was included with earlier versions.
Note that version 2.0 is the latest release, which, dating back to 2006, has become incompatible with the latest versions of various popular Lisp packages. (It appears to work fine with OpenMCL). The SLIME project recommends you use their development build which we provide as a convenient installer. Our installer is updated daily. Please visit the SLIME website for more information.
from Aquamacs 3.0 on: Apple Mac OS X 10.6 or later, and (for the
binary release) 64-bit Intel CPU (all modern Macs)
from Aquamacs 2.0 on: Apple Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later (Intel/PPC)
from Aquamacs 1.4 on: Apple Mac OS X 10.4 or later
(for Aquamacs 1.3b and older, nightly build from the git repository: Apple Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later is sufficient.)
On OS X 10.10 ``Yosemite'', clicks on toolbar icons could cause Aquamacs (as well as GNU Emacs 24.4) to become unresponsive. Until Apple releases an improved version of the operating system, Aquamacs provides a workaround.
Color dragging out of the color palette (and other drag&drop actions) right after startup now works reliably.
Color dragging to set colors of the fringes in a window works again.
The size of LaTeX previews on Retina displays has been corrected. For convenience, Aquamacs will no longer ask whether to ``cache the preamble'' (who knows what that entails anyway?).