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Re: [spr6672] Format conversion to floating point bug
Thanks for your report. I am not able to reproduce the problem
here. Hitting a BPT trap as you described, is fairly unusual. This
kind of thing can happen, though, if the image you're running was
built from a dumplisp of a process being debugged by something like
dbx. I suppose it can also happen if the bits in your disk image have
gotten scrambled somehow. In either case, I'd recommend rebuilding
your lisp and seeing if the problem still occurs.
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