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- To: franz-friends@MIT-MC
- Subject: character I/O
- From: CSVAX.fateman at Berkeley
- Date: Thu, 20 Nov 80 16:29:29 GMT
- Original-date: 20 Nov 1980 08:29:29-PST
in UNIX is trivially accomplished by typing
before entering lisp.
The reader then gets each character as typed. It means you can't use
normal line/character delete stuff as provided in UNIX unless you program
it yourself in an alternate reader, but that's the point of all this.
(I tried the above on a 4bsd UNIX system; I do not know that 3bsd will
be as nice. UNIX VAX systems should convert to 4bsd as soon as possible.
We are making tapes now in preparation for the big mailing.)