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spoon@hilbert.maths.utas.edu.au writes:
 > > `(a `(b `(c ,@(d `(e)))))
 > *** - The syntax ,@form is valid only in lists
 > 1. Break> abort
 > *** - EVAL: variable ABORT has no value
 > 2. Break> abort
 > 1. Break> abort

I won't comment on the supposed bug, but I too have observed that
CLISP sometimes doesn't seem to know about ABORT when you type it in
as first input after an error (UNIX and amiga versions).  Is this a
bad interaction within Emacs? Has anybody else observed this?

	Jo"rg Ho"hle.
Joerg.Hoehle@gmd.de			hoehle@zeus.gmd.de