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New Init Scheme
- To: (BUG COMPLR) at MIT-AI, (BUG LISP) at MIT-AI
- Subject: New Init Scheme
- From: MILLER at MIT-AI (Mark L. Miller)
- Date: Fri, 6 Oct 78 14:42:00 GMT
- Cc: MILLER at MIT-AI
- Original-date: 6 OCT 1978 1042-EDT
I have switched my init files over to the new scheme
as per the lisp recent instructions. But consider the
I have an init file miller;miller lisp, and
a different one spade; spade lisp, and
one for complr, spade; spade complr.
Now if I do L^K, I get miller;miller lisp loaded. Great.
If I do, spade$^s
L^K, I get spade;spade lisp loaded. Super.
But then when I tried:
I expected to get spade;spade complr loaded.
NO. I got miller;miller lisp!
I hope this is a bug. If it is a "feature" I must admit I
find the "winning new init file scheme" to be a loss.