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- To: WELG at MIT-AI
- From: MOON@MIT-MC (Sent by MOON5@MIT-MC)
- Date: Sat ,4 Mar 79 02:05:36 EDT
CC: (BUG LISPM) at MIT-MC
The command to edit a file is ^X^F. This is true in Eine, Zwei, and Emacs.
Zwei has a different model of files and buffers; a buffer is always
just a local copy of a file and has the same name. Hence ^X^R is
meaningless and does not exist. I guess we assumed that Emacs users were
used to ^X^F. If Apropos of File doesn't tell you about ^X^F, it's a bug.
If the compiler is getting an undefined variable compiler:%%fefhi-ms-debug-info-present,
somebody probably installed a broken band there; set this variable to 2701 octal
and continue. If it's something else, then it's not a bug I know about
and will need investigation.