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- To: (BUG LISP) at MIT-MC
- From: GJC at MIT-MC (George J. Carrette)
- Date: Wed, 17 Oct 79 05:02:00 GMT
- Cc: KMP at MIT-MC
- Original-date: 17 OCT 1979 0102-EDT
Rub-out processing inside ones own read macros
works sometimes but not all the time.
You know this of course, when a usual
lisp atom boundary is reached then you cannot rub out
after that (in time or space). If a boundary has not
been reached the rub-outs work as usual. If rub-outs
never worked in user read-macros (unless the user handles
them specificaly) then this would be o.k. But working
for some cases but not others is not soo good. Is
there a way to fix this? Can I turn off all rub-out
processing (when inside the macro) and handle it myself?
Can it be made to work like on the lisp machine?