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back in black...
- To: BUG-LISPM at MIT-OZ, bug-zwei at MIT-OZ
- Subject: back in black...
- From: David Chapman <Zvona at MIT-OZ>
- Date: Fri ,11 Feb 83 15:14:00 EDT
In Release 4.0, Spire 6.9, site configuration 12, on Lisp Machine Six:
(load "<zvona.coder>macros" 'luser) when MACROS was compiled in package
SURFACE prompts about whether I want to create package SURFACE. Giving
a package argument to LOAD should disable this.
It would be useful if all file errors had a procede type to bash the
file server and try again.
It would be useful if :load and related defsystem frobs would take a
package argument. Sometimes a system wants to go in more than one
package, so you can't just use :package, and the -*- lines are wrong.
m-X Delete File with a wildcarded expression displays the files to be
deleted on the top typeout window and asks if you want to delete them in
the echo area. Due to query-io being bound to the echo area in the
editor, presumably. This seems to cause lossage a lot; it isn't