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- To: saz at OZ
- Subject: c-m-abort error
- From: <Reti at SCRC-VALLECITO>
- Date: Sat ,20 Apr 85 11:28:00 EDT
- Cc: BUG-zwei at OZ
- In-reply-to: <850420015956.1.SAZ@JANIS.MIT>
Date: Saturday, 20 April 1985, 01:59-EST
From: David M. J. Saslav <saz at OZ>
In Symbolics 3600 Release 6.0, IP-TCP 29.0, AISite 8.3,
microcode TMC5-MIC 319, on Lisp Machine Janis Joplin:
got this on a c-m-abort JUST as I'd created a new buffer using
c-X c-F. Whether the abort cmd was just before, just after or
right on the creation of the new buffer I don't know, but the buffer
was around after all this occurred...sorry I can't be of more help.
>>Trap: Break on throw through (:METHOD ZWEI:EDITOR :EDIT); values being thrown:
#<DTP-COMPILED-FUNCTION SI:PROCESS-TOP-LEVEL 6740233>, NIL
While in the function (:METHOD ZWEI:EDITOR :EDIT) (:METHOD ZWEI:TOP-LEVEL-EDITOR :COMBINED :EDIT) ZWEI:ZMACS-WINDOW-TOP-LEVEL
Are you sure you didn't (even by accident) type c-X at the debugger when looking at this frame?
This message is exactly what you'd get if you had typed c-X.
If you hadn't, then somehow the trap-on-exit bit got turned on in that stack frame. Is this