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> I have some functions which have names with dots in them, mostly
> class-accessors. Tab-completion seems to work, but function
> documentation seems to trip over the dot. This also applies to e.g
> DEFUNs with a dot in them:
> (defun blah.x (y)
> "if it is not broken, break it."
> In an expression, e.g (blah.x 5) it either assumes function blah or
> variable x to find docs for. Any ideas?
> ilisp-version is 5.9, and I'm using CMUCL for Deb i386.
This has been fixed. It works in version 5.10.1, which is the latest
release, under Emacs 20.xx. It may instead be something wrong in
I suggest you upgrade.
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