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- To: David C. Plummer <DCP at MIT-MC>
- From: Jonathan Alan Solomon <JSol at USC-ECLC>
- Date: Tue, 14 Sep 82 17:52:00 GMT
- Address: 3737 South Hoover Street Room PHE 204 Los Angeles, California 90089-0273
- Cc: ALAN at MIT-MC, BUG-LISP at MIT-MC, bug-oz at MIT-OZ, gsb at MIT-ML, KMP at MIT-MC
- Original-date: Tuesday, 14 September 1982 10:52-PDT
- Phone: (213) 202-1793
Yes for V5, If you save a <SYSTEM>EXEC.EXE properly with this switch
set it will remain set for everyone. Individual users who want to
change it can simply unset it in their COMAND.CMD files.
In my exec there already exists a command to override the file
setting. People seem to be doing SET FILE (no) EPHEMERAL and (no)
AUTOKEEP at random and whenever they feel like it. If you INSTALL LISP
SYS:LISP.EXE AUTOKEEP NO CONFIRM you will *always* get a Kept lisp no
matter what anyone does to the file (this is in my exec under v4).