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Re: arglist display
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: arglist display
- From: email@example.com
- Date: Fri, 15 Jan 93 12:15:46 CST
> A minor annoyance in MCL 2.0 is the changed behavior of the
>Listener mini-buffer's display of function argument lists. As in 1.3.2,
>when *arglist-on-space* is T, a function's argument list is displayed on
>typing the first space after the function name.
> Unlike 1.3.2, the NEXT keystroke in 2.0 causes the mini-buffer
>display to disappear. Since (for my purposes anyway) one of the main
>uses of the displayed argument list is to remind me what to type, the
>current behavior is frustrating. Am I missing something obvious? Is
>there any way to revert to 1.3.2's behavior here? Thanks.
(setq ccl::*save-arglist-info* t)
However, what it still doesn't do, is if you type (foo , and foo is not a
function is erase the old arglist.
Basically, if I'm looking for a function name that I'm not sure of and I
just used another function with a similar arglist, I have to type (let and
then erase that just to get a known arglist so I can see if it changes when
I type (foo to see if foo *really* has an arglist, or I'm just seeing the
arglist from before.
-- "TANSTAAFL" Rich firstname.lastname@example.org