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[bane%mimsy.umd:EDU:Xerox: Funky VDPCL behavior?]
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- Subject: [bane%mimsy.umd:EDU:Xerox: Funky VDPCL behavior?]
- From: fischer.envos@Xerox.COM
- Date: 26 Jul 89 15:15 PDT
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From: John R. Bane <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Funky VDPCL behavior?
Original-Date: Tue, 25 Jul 89 23:26:31 -0400
The Victoria Day PCL Ramana sent me is acting a little strange. I can load
CAT into it fine, and it works, but sometime around when it builds the first
generic functions it smashes the PCL::DIRECT-SUBCLASSES slot in the root
CONTEXT class. This makes my browser lose, and looks potentially dangerous
to boot. The PCL files I have are dated 23 May, mostly, which matches
the file dates on arisia.
Anyone else heard of anything like this? Got a fix for it? I intend to track
it down, but want to avoid doing so if this is a known feature.
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