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- Subject: SUBSYS -RSCAN
- From: TEITELMAN
- Date: Tue, 19 Jun 1979 22:16:06 -7000
- Date: 19 JUN 1979 2216-PDT
Mail-from: Arpanet host BBN-TENEXD rcvd at 19-JUN-79 2058-PDT
Date: 19 Jun 1979 2344-EDT
Sender: LEWIS at BBN-TENEXD
Subject: something for the bottom of your queue
From: LEWIS at BBN-TENEXD
To: teitelman at PARC-MAXC2
Message-ID: <[BBN-TENEXD]19-Jun-79 23:44:26.LEWIS>
If I have FOO defined as a "comment", I can easily get it to
prettyprint to the terminal as **Foo** by defining a prettyprintmacro
where the fn rebinds **comment**flg. But there is no way to
get it to do the same when I give a P command to the editor.
Such a thing might be nice. eg, the timestamp stuff could be
changed do something like (Edited: 1-27-80 by Teitelman), and then
in the editor it could appear as **timestamp**.
Then there would be no quesiion of what is a timestamp and
what is a real comment.