Return the arglist for the given function name. Implementations taken from slime.
DE (&REST REST)
Shortening of describe. A Rob Warnock function.
DEPENDENCY-LOCATIONS (SYSTEM-NAME &OPTIONAL PRINT-SYSTEM-NAMES-P (OPERATION 'LOAD-OP))
Print the pathname of the system and of the systems needed to operation it. Operation should be a symbol naming an operation recognized by asfd:component-depends-on, e.g. 'asdf:load-op or 'asfd:test-op.
Print the hash table as: Key, Value~%
SHADOWED-IMPORT (SYMBOLS &OPTIONAL (PACKAGE *PACKAGE*) (PRINT-WHEN-SHADOWED-P T))
Import each symbol into PACKAGE, unless a symbol of the same name is present. If print-when-shadowed-p is true, print a message for each not-imported symbol indicating that it was not imported.
If form is quoted, remove one level of quoting. Otherwise return form. This is a useful for defining convenience for macros which may be passed a quoted or unquoted symbol.
LOAD-SYSTEM-OR-PRINT (SYSTEM-DESIGNATOR &OPTIONAL CONTROL-STRING &REST FORMAT-ARGS)
SUMMARY% (&OPTIONAL (PACKAGE-DESIGNATOR *PACKAGE*))
TRACE-PACKAGE% (&OPTIONAL (PACKAGE *PACKAGE*) (INHERITEDP NIL))
BRING (PACKAGE &OPTIONAL (SHADOWING-IMPORT NIL))
Attempt to ql:quickload or asdf:load-system a system with the same name as package. Regardless of whether the load was successful import the package's exported symbols into the current package. If shadowing-import is nil, only the symbols which won't cause a symbol conflict are imported. After importing the package funcall each element of *bring-hooks* with the package as its argument. Expands to an EVAL-WHEN :compile-toplevel :load-toplevel :execute
DBGV ((&OPTIONAL (WHERE DEBUG) (STREAM '*STANDARD-OUTPUT*)) &BODY FORMS)
Print WHERE, execute FORMS, and print each form and its result to the STREAM.
DEFLEX (VAR VAL &OPTIONAL (DOC NIL DOCP))
Define a top level (global) lexical VAR with initial value VAL, which is assigned unconditionally as with DEFPARAMETER. If a DOC string is provided, it is attached to both the name |VAR| and the name *STORAGE-FOR-DEFLEX-VAR-|VAR|* as a documentation string of kind 'VARIABLE. The new VAR will have lexical scope and thus may be shadowed by LET bindings without affecting its dynamic (global) value.
Attempt to ql:quickload or asfd:load-system a system with the same name as package, then swap to the package regardless of whether the load was successful. Import repl-utilities exported symbols that don't cause symbol conflicts into the newly swapped to pacage. Mnemonic for develop. After swapping to the package map funcall over *dev-hooks*. Expands to an EVAL-WHEN :compile-toplevel :load-toplevel :execute
DOC (SYMBOL &REST IGNORED-ARGUMENTS)
Print any documentation for the symbol. Includes variable, function, type, compiler macro, method combination, and setf documentation.
EXCS (&OPTIONAL (PACKAGE *PACKAGE*))
Print the external symbols for which find-class is truthy.
EXFNS (&OPTIONAL (PACKAGE *PACKAGE*))
Print the external fboundp symbols of a package.
EXS (&OPTIONAL (PACKAGE *PACKAGE*))
Print the external symbols of package.
EXTS (&OPTIONAL (PACKAGE *PACKAGE*))
Print the external symbols which are type specifiers.
LEX (&REST ARGS)
Shortening of deflex: define a global lexical variable.
Bind *gensym-counter* to 0, Macroexpand-1 the form, pprint result. If expression starts with a quotation, unquotes it first.
NIC (PACKAGE-NAME NICK-SYMBOL)
Add an additional nickname to package. Expands to an EVAL-WHEN :compile-toplevel :load-toplevel :execute
README (&OPTIONAL (PACKAGE *PACKAGE*))
Print the documentation on the exported symbols of a package.
SUMMARY (&OPTIONAL (PACKAGE *PACKAGE*))
Print the exported symbols along with the first line of their docstrings.
TRACE-PACKAGE (&OPTIONAL (PACKAGE *PACKAGE*) (INHERITEDP NIL))
Trace all of the symbols in *package*. This won't attempt to trace any symbols in :cl
FIRST-FORM (&REST FORMS)
Return the first form; useful when you want one of multiple possible conditionally read forms.
WITH-GENSYMS ((&REST NAMES) &BODY BODY)
List of functions to be funcalled after a package is loaded with BRING. The functions are called with the package imported by bring as their only argument.
List of functions to be funcalled after a package is loaded with DEV. During execution of these functions *PACKAGE* is already set to the package being loaded, and the repl-utilities symbols which will be imported already are. The functions are called with no arguments.