[Maxima] command line maxima terminals
raymond.toy at ericsson.com
Thu Jan 4 10:27:58 CST 2007
>>>>> "sen1" == sen1 <sen1 at math.msu.edu> writes:
sen1> When using the command line maxima with gcl or clisp, the terminal performs as
sen1> expected with C-P, C-N working fine for previous and next commands.
Most likely because gcl and clisp have readline compiled in.
sen1> When I use cmucl and sbcl, the terminal is set differently and the
sen1> C-P, C-N don't work.
Most likely because cmucl and sbcl do not have readline. There is
some package somewhere that provides some readline-style capability
for cmucl and sbcl. I can't remember the name though.
sen1> Is this by design? Is there some command line option to feed to
sen1> maxima so that the control combinations will work (e.g. as in emacs)?
I just use a shell window in xemacs. Of course, c-p and c-n do
different things there.
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