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Re: clisp with comint

Joerg Hoehle wrote:
> When CLISP enters the read part of read-eval-print loop, CLISP empties
> the input queue to be sure not to get old input. This is why you can
> only input one lisp form.

Does this happen always?

In the past, I used CLISP with ILISP. I used a no-readline version of
CLISP and had to change the process-connection-type to t (i.e., to
use pipes instead of pttys). Then it worked. Later I dropped the
ILISP usage because I had not adapted all the other stuff needed, and
I never found the time to look into that again. So, was my success
with ILISP/comint only by luck; did I simply not hit the problematic


Joachim Schrod			Email: schrod@iti.informatik.th-darmstadt.de
Computer Science Department
Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany