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Re: some of us twenex maclisp users...
- To: bug-lisp at MIT-AI, miller at MIT-AI
- Subject: Re: some of us twenex maclisp users...
- From: Scott at SRI-KL (Scott J. Kramer)
- Date: Sun, 26 Aug 79 23:29:00 GMT
- Original-date: 26 Aug 1979 1629-PDT
Hmm, we're thinking along the same lines today. I was just
looking at some of the interlisp functions for fork handling
and they are quite acceptable. I'd like to start work on
these much needed twenex functions (in order, from trivial
to complex), am not really sure where to start. I think
that a cursorpos equivilent would perhaps be one of the
easier functions, and ones like syscall (jsys) and valret
(subsys) are quite hairy. I am not an midas user; would any
of these be writable in lisp/lap? At one time, RWK
suggested trying a cursorpos using SFA's, does anyone have
any ideas along these lines? One last thing, there seems to
be very few words from the twenex maclisp community. I'd
like to hear from them, the number of maclisp users at SRI
is countable on one hand.