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- To: (BUG LISP) at MIT-ML
- From: DCH@MIT-ML
- Date: Sun, 17 Jul 78 01:20:29 GMT
- Original-date: 07/16/78 21:20:29 EDT
I know the ##MORE## interrupt is getting through from ITS, because if I run
with Dick Water's #PRINT package, which has its own ENDPAGEFN, the ##more##
happens on both channels, and doesn't depend on the TTYCONS.
So, can you explain this behavior? I tried looking at the stuff in LISP
ARCHIV, but it's hard to make head or tails of it.