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- To: JLK at MIT-MC
- From: JPG at MIT-MC (Jeffrey P. Golden)
- Date: Tue, 30 May 78 08:15:00 GMT
- Cc: JPG at MIT-MC, (BUG LISP) at MIT-MC
- Original-date: 30 MAY 1978 0415-EDT
Date: Mon, 30 May 78 05:17:45 GMT
Original-Date: 05/30/78 01:17:45 EDT
When the allocator asks you for more array space, I assume it means more
array header space, which is much different. If that is true, why doesnt
it say so?
I just use the words given to me by LISP and LISP calls it "ARRAY"
space. I suppose I could check everywhere and whenever LISP says
"ARRAY", I could change it to ARRAY-HEADER but I wonder if doing
this in MACSYMA is worth it, especially since it is very rare for
MACSYMA users to run out of this space. Well, I wonder what HIC thinks.