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- To: BUG-ZWEI at MIT-AI
- From: Daniel L. Weinreb <DLW at MIT-AI>
- Date: Wed ,17 Sep 80 15:03:00 EDT
- Sender: DLW at CADR7 at MIT-AI
In the version of ZWEI on system 40.1, with microcode 684, on LISP Machine Seven:
When I went into Edit Compiler Warnings, none of the blinkers on the window
was blinking, and I had to use the mouse to select a pane of the editor in
order to get doing.
The first time I did control-., I got that ZWEI:*EDIT-COMPILER-WARNINGS-BP* was
The documentation on Compile File should be explicit about where the result
of the compilation goes: to the machine, to the QFASL, or both? Also, it
should explicitly tell you where the warnings go: typed out, saved, or both?
Also, it should explicitly mention the Edit Compiler Warnings flag. The same
goes for every function that invokes the compiler.