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Re: cleaning Lisp machine directory
- To: RICH at MIT-AI, (BUG LISPM) at MIT-AI
- Subject: Re: cleaning Lisp machine directory
- From: MOON@MIT-MC
- Date: Wed ,6 Sep 79 14:23:26 EDT
RICH@MIT-AI 07/08/79 20:23:10 Re: cleaning Lisp machine directory
To: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-AI
Believe it or not disk space is running short again.
In running COMMON;FIND JUNK I find a lot of junk
on the various LISP machine directories. How about
you hackers being a little more conscientious about
running 1 or 2 MM Clean$ on these. In particular
there are 8 (!) copies of LCADR;UCADR >, each of
which is 133 blocks.
Is there no Clean macro on the Lisp machine?
Maybe there ought to be one soon....
We're usually fairly conscientious. All or nearly all of those UCADRs are
there for a reason. The stuff which gets edited on the Lisp machine,
on the other hand, is more likely not have been cleaned up. There isn't
a directory editor on the Lisp machine yet, although there should be.