collector-pane is an editor-pane which displays the output sent to a particular type of character stream called an editor stream, the contents of which are stored in an editor buffer.
The name of a buffer onto an editor stream.
The editor stream to be collected.
collector-pane can be created to view an existing editor stream by passing the stream itself or by passing the buffer name of that stream.
To create a new stream, either specify
which does not match any existing buffer, or do not pass
in which case the CAPI will create a unique buffer name for you.
To access the stream, use the reader
collector-pane-stream on the
Note that the editor buffer
"Background Output" is a buffer onto the output stream
Here is an example that creates two collector panes onto a new stream (that is created by the first collector pane).
(setq collector (capi:contain
(format *test-stream* "Hello World~%")
Finally, this example shows how to create a collector pane onto the "
Background Output" stream.
(capi:contain (make-instance 'capi:collector-pane
:buffer-name "Background Output"))
CAPI User Guide and Reference Manual (Windows version) - 25 Feb 2015