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<fiddlerwoaroof> luis: perhaps we could implement hooks?
<fiddlerwoaroof> i.e. just have a list of functions and call the next function if a previous one returns a truthy value, just like the emacs lisp does?
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<luis> fiddlerwoaroof: do you mean that each event should behave like a hook?
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<fiddlerwoaroof> I was more thinking of using hooks to catch new events before the dcase
<fiddlerwoaroof> slime takes a different strategy, where the hooks have a chance to prevent the dcase from seeing a new event
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<luis> fiddlerwoaroof: so, let's add a run-hook-with-args-until-success to swank. Sound good.
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