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- To: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-AI
- From: RMS@MIT-AI
- Date: Tue ,25 Jul 79 10:46:40 EDT
Processes now remember their run and arrest reasons internally,
and such reasons no longer go away on warm-booting.
However, warm booting flushes any process which looks
like it is not in a reasonable SG state,
You can use :RUN-REASONS and :ARREST-REASONS messages
to find out what run or arrest reasons a process or parallelism has.
The kbd-interrupt-process no longer makes itself selected
to read input. It has a special kludge to make itself
act selected without changing SELECTED-PROCESS.
All this has been tested.