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It turns out that one character is different between a "working"
T image and the one which Ashwin Ram has pointed out fails to print
special characters correctly. The following copies of T appear to be
//gamma/tools/com/t, for example, is fine.
This appears to be yet another manifestation of a recurrent phenomenon:
Aegis just does't catch all errors in transmitted packets. Other
instances of this are the problems with TeX/LaTeX and friends and the
problems Holten has had copying user's accounts. We have known for a
long time, for instance, that copying font files is *extremely* sensitive
to minor ring flakiness. Sigh.
P.S. To test your version of T, simply type in
If you get an odd address error, you have a rotten version. If it
prints out #\NEWLINE, then everything is fine and dandy.