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Re: destructive mode line
- To: ZZZ@sri-nic.arpa
- Subject: Re: destructive mode line
- From: William Westfield <BILLW@mathom.cisco.com>
- Date: Wed 31 May 89 14:12:15-PDT
- Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
- In-reply-to: <12498201367.43.ZZZ@SRI-NIC.ARPA>
1) One or more characters that were being typed at the critical time
are not echoed to the screen. Redisplaying the line in question,
though, reveals that they *do* make it into the buffer. This part
I vaguely remember this being a bug in the TEXTI version of emacs that
I developed for TOPS-20. I am pretty sure I fixed it - perhaps the NIC
has an old version. Check out your TECO.MID vs the one on SCORE (hurry!).
There was some really disgusting looking code dealing with making sure
that characters that got typed durring interupts were properly displayed.