Commit 0c967aba authored by Dave Cooper's avatar Dave Cooper

added crinkles file

parent 15b26564
......@@ -13,6 +13,8 @@
:arm-angle-left (the robot-assembly arm-angle-left)
:head-angle (the robot-assembly head-angle)
:body-angle (the robot-assembly body-angle)))
:objects
((text-view :type 'base-view
......@@ -53,7 +55,7 @@
:dim-scale (/ (the top-view view-scale))
:witness-line-length 20
:witness-line-gap 70
:witness-line-ext 5
:witness-line-ext 5
:start-point (the top-view (view-point (the robot-assembly robot body (arms 0) (vertex :rear :left :top))))
:end-point (the top-view (view-point (the robot-assembly robot body (arms 1) (vertex :rear :right :top)))))
......
1. the-child is not picking up the type of current child -- it still
appears to be working based off the enclosing define-object type.
2. When placing the "(" after "(the (" it does toggle to display
available GDL Functions, but it should also suppress display of
non-Function slots and it does not appear to be doing this.
3. slime-autodoc-use-multiline-p does not appear to be activated.
4. Sequence (quantified) objects are not behaving like GDL Functions
for "(the (" as they should
5. Reference-chains do not appear to work.
......@@ -2,13 +2,13 @@
(in-package :swank)
;; GENDL.LISP
;; glime.lisp
;; Nick Levine, Ravenbrook Limited, 2013-05-02
;;
;; 1. INTRODUCTION
;;
;; The purpose of this document is to implement GENDL customisations
;; for SLIME.
;; The purpose of this document is to implement GENDL customizations
;; for SLIME (collectively known as "Glime(TM)")
;;
;; The following features have been implemented so far:
;;
......
......@@ -7,7 +7,9 @@
:serial t
#+asdf-encoding :encoding #+asdf-encoding :utf-8
:version "2013031600"
:depends-on (:cl-lite :gwl-graphics :tasty :robot :yadd))
:depends-on (:cl-lite :gwl-graphics :tasty :robot :yadd)
:components ((:file #+:swank "emacs/glime")))
(defmethod perform :after ((op load-op) (system (eql (find-system "gendl"))))
(declare (ignore op))
......
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