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In system 27.79 nws, with microcode 661, on LISP Machine Six:

The function DRIBBLE-START fails to work.  This seems to be
because when a :TYI operation is done on the DRIBBLE-IO stream,
it passes along the single argument to TYI.  According to the
LISP Machine Manual, p. 164, the :TYI operation is supposed to
accept an optional argument saying what to do at EOF.  However,
the method STREAM-MIXIN :TYI in file BASWIN does not seem to
permit this argument.  Therefore when one tries to dribble
one gets the error that too many arguments were given to the