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Re: Clisp 1997-05-29 cygwin-beta question

Jorg-Cyril Hohle wrote:
> BTW, are there really people using readline on any platform?  I mean,
> readline is nice for one line input, but who's writing many one-liners
> in Common Lisp?
> Are people really typing programs in a terminal window, knowing that
> they must ctrl-C any beginning of a function when they notice that
> something is wrong one line above in the same function?
> So what's readline good for?
Not so useful for typing on code, but brilliant for debugging.


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