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- To: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-AI
- From: RMS@MIT-AI
- Date: Tue ,7 Mar 79 12:40:49 EDT
I have just fixed a trivial bug in PROCES that was causing the warm boot
code for blasting processes in bad states to fail to do its job.
In addition, the error handler appears to lose sometimes
on errors in the scheduler. If CURRENT-PROCESS happens to be at that
instant set to a process which is not selected, the error handler can't read
input because KBD-TYI waits forever. The error handler needs to see that
the error was in the scheduler and override KBD-TYI's attempt to wait.
This is probably usually the reason why the "stack group in wrong state"
bug would get into the error handler but not let you type ^Z.
However, the fix to PROCESS should prevent this situation from arising.