The attached patch now makes the *inspect-fun* refer to an function
that has three arguments: OBJECT, INPUT, OUTPUT.
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Kevin Rosenberg <kevin@...> writes:
> The attached patch now makes the *inspect-fun* refer to an function
> that has three arguments: OBJECT, INPUT, OUTPUT.
Actually, now I'm confused: why do you want an input-stream for the
inspector? Oh, I suppose because it's an interactive inspector, not a
> +(defun inspect (object )
A minor point, but don't do this if you can help it.
Apart from that, I think this is OK.
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