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In the version of zwei on system 30.1, with microcode 671, on LISP Machine One:

Killing all the characters in a buffer to which one has previously set up
an interval-stream somehow breaks the interval-stream so that future output
to it does not go into the buffer, or at least cannot be made to display.
I tried doing a :SET-POINTER 0 to the interval-stream in the hope of being
able to read back what I had output (AFTER doing the killing, I had also done
some output before the killing which had worked fine), but then when I read\n from the interval stream I got an error, I think of NIL where a line was