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- To: Kulp at MIT-MULTICS
- Subject: EMACS dies
- From: Mike McMahon <MMcM at MIT-AI>
- Date: Mon ,25 Aug 80 23:08:00 EDT
- Sender: MMcM at CADR8 at MIT-AI
cc: BUG-LISPM at MIT-AI, Greenberg at MIT-MULTICS
Date: 25 August 1980 0942-edt
From: Kulp at MIT-Multics
Subject: EMACS dies
To: Greenberg.Symbolics, BUG-LISPM at MIT-AI
When I telnet to Multics from a LISP machine and run EMACS, it asks me
what type of terminal I have. I'm not sure what the right thing is or
what the LISP machine claims to support (it should support supdup_output
presumably) but when I answered the question by saying "supdup" it died
in LISP with a wrong type arg error.
TELNET now supports SUPDUP-OUTPUT, as you apparently thought it did. I notice
that Multics Emacs does not use region scrolling, as it should if the appropriate
smarts bit is set.
Also, your headers above are not legal, there is no hostname on one of the addresses.