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- To: BUG-LISP at MIT-MC
- From: Jeffrey P. Golden <JPG at MIT-MC>
- Date: Tue, 22 Sep 81 19:46:00 GMT
- Cc: ASB at MIT-MC, JPG at MIT-MC
- Original-date: 22 September 1981 15:46-EDT
In a fresh MACSYMA, type e.g. LIMIT(X); . After it prints
"LIMIT ... being loaded" but before it prints "Loading done"
hit any interrupt character, e.g. ^G . The effect of the ^G will never
happen. It is supposed to be postponed til after the loading process
is completed because of a (NOINTERRUPT 'TTY) setup in the function
LOADFILE of JPG;SUPRV , but of course the interrupt is supposed to
happen when they are turned back on. This used to work, but stopped
working at least in the last two releases of LISP.