"Pierre R. Mai" <pmai@...> writes:
> "William Conrad Halliburton" <will@...> writes:
> > 1. When in the debugger if you enter a colon : as a debugger
> > command lisp exits. Why is this? Too many times do I quit
> > accidentally. How can I suppress this "feature"? I use ilisp in
> > emacs and sometimes do not know if the lisp process is in the
> > debugger so I type ":q" but sometimes only ":" accidentally.
> I can't reproduce this at the command-line, e.g.:
> Debug (type H for help)
> (EVAL X)
> ; File: target:code/eval.lisp
> (SYMBOL-VALUE EXP)
> 0] :
> Reader error on #<Synonym Stream to *TERMINAL-IO*>:
> Illegal terminating character after a colon, #\Linefeed.
> Error flushed ...
> So I guess this must be some strange interaction between CMUCL and
Most likely. I have the same problem with CMUCL 18d+ and ILISP
post-5.12. (Message cross-posted to ilisp-help mailing list.)