8.2.2 Input navigation
The input navigation (a.k.a. history) commands are modelled after
coming-mode. Be careful if you are used to Bash-like
keybindings: M-p and M-n use the current input as search
pattern and only work Bash-like if the current line is
empty. C-<up> and C-<up> work like the up and down keys in
- C-<up>, M-x slime-repl-forward-input
- C-<down>, M-x slime-repl-backward-input
Go to the next/previous history item.
- M-n, M-x slime-repl-next-input
- M-p, M-x slime-repl-previous-input
Search the next/previous item in the command history using the current
input as search pattern. If M-n/M-n is typed two times in
a row, the second invocation uses the same search pattern (even if the
current input has changed).
- M-s, M-x slime-repl-next-matching-input
- M-r, M-x slime-repl-previous-matching-input
Search forward/reverse through command history with regex
- C-c C-n, M-x slime-repl-next-prompt
- C-c C-p, M-x slime-repl-previous-prompt
Move between the current and previous prompts in the REPL buffer.
Pressing RET on a line with old input copies that line to the newest
slime-repl-wrap-history controls wrap around
behaviour, i.e. whether cycling should restart at the beginning of the
history if the end is reached.