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||* Added consoles window for subservient windows. Functions that now use console window:
* Restart Manager
* Source code lookup
* Macro expand
* HyperSpec help
* Created throwaway buffers for transient responses from lisp (currently used by macroexpand). Uses console buffer
* Upgraded vim portion to python3
* HyperSpec lookup no longer uses tags, and is more reliable, fixing bug where reopening help on same subject cleared the screen
* Fixed bugs with closed connections borking the lisp process
* Opening Nekthuth in a new vim tab just reuses the buffer in a new window in this tab, rather than attempting to open a new lisp process
* Made restart manager slightly less horrendous in console window
|| * Fixed some bugs in the connection code for NekthuthRemote.
* Made it so window splitting is based on how wide your window currently is
* Added g:nekthuth_updatetime (default 500) - sets how long vim waits when not moving cursor to check
|| * Another bug where mcclim confused vim with syntax additions. Functions with ] or [ in them will no longer show up as highlighted.
* Install.sh in the vim plugin was using the wrong environment variable
||* Fixed a bug where loading up packages that defined symboles such as \ and ' would cause syntax additions to fail
* Added plugin installation.
* Fixed how the main thread and repl thread share sender data, which should translate into faster bootup times.
|| * Multiple return value (using values, such as in #'get-decoded-time) prints correctly in buffer
* Fixed NekthuthInterrupt (0.2 broke it)
* Function coloring and complete added for *package* functions and transitively used packages
* Remote connection now checks the version correctly. This may be useful someday.
* Added #'nekthuth:stop-remote to shut down the remote listener.
* Find and open source locaton of symbol under cursor.
||* Remote execution in an already running sbcl instance. See setup in the manual for more information.
* Fixed ClHelp not opening a window upon failure