At 11:17 08/02/00 -0500, you wrote:
>>>>> In message <18.104.22.168.20000207222242.0079c460@...>
>>>>> On the subject of "[clisp-list] Typing "()" at CLisp prompt"
>>>>> Sent on Tue Feb 08 03:57:33 EST 2000
>>>>> Honorable Thiago F.G. Albuquerque <thiagofga@...> writes:
> >> I've noticed that when I type "()" at the CLisp prompt, the cursor
> >> moves to the first bracket. However, when I type another character,
> >> say 'a', it is printed after both brackets, and the cursor comes
> >> back to its normal behaviour. Like this:
> >> >() ; the cursor is now under '('
> >> >()a_ ; I typed 'a'
> >> Is this a bug or a feature?
>feature, very nice and useful.
Please forgive my ignorance (I'm new to LISP), but what is it good for?
> >> Can I turn it off?
No, I like the rest of the readline features -- I want to disable just this
one. Is it possible?
I use CLISP 1997-12-06 on Linux.