13.1.5 Performing operations on the current function or selected methods
You can use the
menus to access commands that operate on the current generic function or the selected methods. These commands are similar to commands available in other tools, and so you should find them familiar.
The following commands are available from either the
The standard action commands let you perform a number of operations on the selected methods or the current function. For details on the commands available, see Performing operations on selected objects.
to undefine the current generic function or the selected methods so that they are no longer available in the Lisp image. Choosing
on a method undefines the method function and removes it from the methods of the generic function. However, the generic function can still be called with its different method selection.
submenu gives you the ability to trace and untrace the current generic function or the selected methods. See Tracing symbols from tools for details about the commands available in this submenu.
Common LispWorks User Guide (Macintosh version) - 11 Apr 2005