COMMAND DO: Displays the contents of the working directory and allows the user to navigate in the directory tree and to load files.
CAT (&REST PATHS)
COMMAND SEE: MORE DO: Same as more, but force no pagination.
CD (&OPTIONAL PATH)
COMMAND DO: Change the working directory. ARGUMENTS: The path of the new working directory. If not given, then change to the user home directory.
COMPARE-PATHNAMES (P1 P2)
DO: Compare the pathnames P1 and P2 component by component, reporting their differences on the *standard-output*.
DATE (&OPTIONAL (DATE (GET-UNIVERSAL-TIME)))
Prints the date.
DIFF-PACKAGE (P1 P2)
Prints the differences in the exported symbols list of two packages.
EDIT (&OPTIONAL ITEM &KEY (WAIT T WAIT-P))
DO: Create FILE if it doesn't exist, and Calls the editor with the FILE argument.
LESS (&REST ARGS)
COMMAND SEE: MORE
LIST-ALL-SYMBOLS (PACKAGE &KEY (SORTED T))
RETURN: A list of all the symbols present in the PACKAGE. PACKAGE: A package designator. SORTED: Whether the result list is sorted (default T).
LIST-EXTERNAL-SYMBOLS (PACKAGE &KEY (SORTED T))
RETURN: A list of all the symbols exported from the PACKAGE. PACKAGE: A package designator. SORTED: Whether the result list is sorted (default T).
LS (&REST ARGS)
COMMAND DO: List the files or directories. OPTIONS: -L long listing: item kind, size, date, name; otherwise only name. ARGUMENTS: A list of paths possibly containing wildcards. If none is given, then "*" is used.
LSCHAR (&KEY (START 0) (END 69632) NAME)
Prints all the characters of codes betwen start and end, with their names.
LSPACK (&REST ARGUMENTS)
(LSPACK [package [:SHOW-EXPORTS|:EXPORTS|:EXPORT|:T] [:HIDE-USED-BY|:SHORT|:S]]...) List all the packages, or only the packages matching PACKAGE (a regexp on clisp) dumping all the exported symbols when :SHOW-EXPORTS is specified, and not dumping the used-by list when :HIDE-USED-BY is specified. The keywords are tested with STRING-EQUAL.
LSSYMBOLS (&OPTIONAL (PACKAGE *PACKAGE*))
DO: Prints a list of the symbols in the PACKAGE (default: *PACKAGE*).
MKUPACK (&OPTIONAL NAME)
Makes a new, temporary, user package like COMMON-LISP-USER.
MORE (&REST ARGS)
COMMAND DO: concatenate and paginate a list of files. ARGUMENTS: If the first argument is :PAGE, then the second arguments is either an integer giving the page height, or NIL indicating that no pagination must be done; else the page height is *TERMINAL-HEGIHT*. The other arguments are paths of files to be dumped on *STANDARD-OUTPUT*.
Convert a string as copied from mozilla into unicode characters.
COMMAND DO: Unstack the working directory from the stack.
Pops the top of the package stack and assign it to *PACKAGE*.
Prints information for a bug report.
DO: Prints the components of the pathname P one by one. RETURN: P.
PSWITCH (&OPTIONAL PACKAGE)
Switch between two packages.
PUSHD (&OPTIONAL PATH)
COMMAND DO: Push the current working directory onto the stack, and change the working directory to the path (or home directory). SEE; POPD, CD.
PUSHP (&OPTIONAL PACKAGE)
Push *PACKAGE* on a package stack, and makes the package designated by PACKAGE be the new *PACKAGE*. If PACKAGE is NIL, the rotate *PACKAGE* and the top of the package stack.
COMMAND DO: Returns the current working directory.
DO: Implements a minimalist CL REPL.
Reset the CL-USER package to a clean state.
Prints the uptime of this Common Lisp instance.
RETURN: The first word of the string, or the empty string.
STRING-MATCH-P (PATTERN STRING)
Matches a string.
FLOW-LIST (TITLE PLIST)
DEFINE-PACKAGE (NAME &REST DECLARATIONS)
DO: Declares a package. This includes loading the packages depended on, adding nicknames to the packages used under these nicknames, defining the package, and going into it (with IN-PACKAGE).
SHOW (&BODY EXPRESSIONS)
DO: Prints each expression and their values.
HANDLING-ERRORS (&BODY BODY)
DO: Execute the BODY with a handler for CONDITION and SIMPLE-CONDITION reporting the conditions.
The editor function provided by the implementation.
Records the time at which this Common Lisp instance was started.