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#||...||# and m-sh-C

In Symbolics 3600 Editor in Release 6.1, IP-TCP 29.13, 6-1-Patches 1.5,
AISite 11.8, microcode TMC5-MIC 336, FEP 127, FEP0:>v127-lisp.flod(2),
FEP0:>v127-loaders.flod(2), FEP0:>v127-debug.flod(1),
FEP0:>v127-info.flod(2), Rodent Free Namespace Editor,
Logical Pathname Completion patch, VisiStep, on PA Lisp Machine Merlin:

;-*-Mode: Lisp; Package: USER; Syntax: Zetalisp; Base: 10 -*-

(defun foo (x y)
  (* x y))

;; This should cause an error if REALLY compiled.
(defun boo)					

;; With the above buffer, if I do m-sh-C (Compile Changed Definitions Of Buffer),
;; it tells me that it is compiling FOO *and* compiling BOO just fine.  
;; But, of course, it is not compiling BOO.
;; Either Vol3 (Text Editing) and/or p.30 of Vol2 (Lisp),
;; where #||...||# is described, should have additional clarification
;; or the "Compiling BOO" message shouldn't appear, confusing the user.