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In system 29.95 NWS, with microcode 669, on LISP Machine Four:

I tried DRIBBLE-START and DRIBBLE-END, and have some problems with it.
First, error messages and interaction with the error handler do not go to the file.
I would like to have a mode in which this is the case. (or write a function
myself to do this, how should I go about it?)
Second, rubbed out typed input remains in the file. At least, the rubouts
should go in the file too, so you could tell what's been rubbed out.