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- Subject: Re: /\
- From: George J. Carrette <GJC at MIT-MC>
- Date: Sun ,25 Jan 81 11:01:00 EDT
For maclisp users, an unwind-protected END-OF-FILE-EVAL-QUEUE
would be sufficient to set up local modes of all kinds, since
Emacs doesn't actually do a lisp read on the file.
#.(PROGN (PUSH '(RESET-SLASH-SYNTAX) END-OF-FILE-EVAL-QUEUE)
[There is a slight problem with sub-loading and the dynamic scope of
readtable et. al.]
By the way, isn't read-time evaluation considered *problematic*?