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- To: RMS at MIT-AI
- From: Mike McMahon <MMcM at MIT-AI>
- Date: Thu ,17 Dec 81 16:12:00 EDT
- Cc: BUG-ZWEI at MIT-AI, BUG-LISPM at MIT-AI
Date: 15 December 1981 16:30-EST
From: Richard M. Stallman <RMS at MIT-AI>
In System 78.13, ZMail 38.1, Local-File 30.3, microcode 836, on Lisp Machine Filecomputer:
Doing a QC-FILE, an error happened in ZWEI:MOVE-BP because the BP
was the BP was the symbol COMPILER:D-PDL. The caller was
DELETE-INTERVAL, and it got the "bp" from element 3 of the array
leader of a line, which was the list (COMPILER:D-PDL STRINGP).
That's the LINE-BP-LIST. It is manipulated by all the subprimitives,
namely insertion, deletion and movement.
This is probably a temporary area problem, and maybe it is worth finding
the places that update that slot of a line.
Hardly. It is worth finding the rest of the places in the compiler that do output
with default-cons-area temporary, though.