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- To: bug-oz at MIT-OZ, bug-lisp at MIT-OZ, bug-emacs at MIT-OZ
- From: Dick@MIT-MC
- Date: Fri, 19 Nov 82 21:31:00 GMT
- Original-date: Friday, 19 November 1982 16:31-EST
- Sender: DICK at MIT-OZ
A particularly annoying problem that comes up because the
disk gets full all of the time happens when using LEDIT
from LISP. If the emacs subfork gets an error trying
to write a file because the disk is full, it pops up into
LISP and YOU CANNOT RESTART IT. As a result, you
loose all the editing you had done since the last save.
This should be changed so that you can restart it after
you free up some disk space (I have no idea whether the
fix has to be in EMACS or more likely in LISP).
Also we really need to do something about running with
so little overhead all the time. it is a real pain.