I am using Common Lisp, SBCL, Emacs, and Slime. Often, an error will happen while programming.
When an error occurs, Slime opens a Debugger buffer. Sometimes, I would like to save this debugger buffer to a file so that other people could open and be able to read it. This is specially true when dealing with co-workers.
Thus, I do in Emacs:
2 - Choose a path;
3 - Create a file defining its file extension.
I tried saving a
.txt and a
.lisp files. But after opening it is not the same.
For instance, I wish the interaction from things like
---more--- would still be preserved if someone opens this in another Emacs.
Is there a smarter way to share this data to a different Emacs?