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- To: RLB at MIT-MC, (BUG LISP) at MIT-MC
- From: HIC at MIT-MC (Howard I. Cannon)
- Date: Thu, 25 May 78 05:02:00 GMT
- Original-date: 25 MAY 1978 0102-EDT
Date: Tue, 24 May 78 00:58:13 GMT
Original-Date: 05/23/78 20:58:13 EDT
Please look into (a) SUSPEND doing its own PDUMP;
The second arg to suspend now specifies the file in which to PDUMP the lisp.
It uses the standard filespec parser so may take a namelist, namestring,
or file-object (which must be closed, of course). BTW, is it reasonable
to add a function to pdump a LISP at an arbitrary point in time
such that the LISP is immediatly continued or would simply saying
(suspend '/$p '(foo bar))
(b) Generating SYS:TS XL
so (SSTATUS FLUSH T) will win.
If you purify the LISP by saying 'XPURIFY$G' then it will cause itself to
This should solve your problems and you can get rid of the links on sys.
BTW, the locations for the LISP system filespec are:
SYSDEV, SYSFN1, SYSFN2, SYSSNM