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Re: [Gcl-devel] Re: [Maxima] Maxima GUIs/emacs troubles! (and commutativ

From: Camm Maguire
Subject: Re: [Gcl-devel] Re: [Maxima] Maxima GUIs/emacs troubles! (and commutativity issues)
Date: 02 Feb 2002 00:01:08 -0500

Greetings!  On my gcl 2.5.0 build, tab completion, backspace, Emacs
keys (i.e. Alt-b to back over a word), and the back arrow all work.
Are you sure you have a working terminal?  Does bash show the expected
behavior?  What about gcl directly from the command prompt?

C Y <address@hidden> writes:

> --- Daniel Lemire <address@hidden> wrote:
> > Good day,
> > 
> > Ok, I built both GCL and maxima... seems to work so far. I do have 
> > backspace... that's nice.
> > 
> > Not to be ungrateful or anything, but why can't I get the back arrow 
> > now? ;-) Right now, if you make a mistake at the beginning of an 
> > expression, you have delete it all to correct the mistake. This
> > reminds  me of the good old days... back when 16 KB was a lot of 
> > memory... ;-) Is it just me or is lisp really backward?
> Clisp will allow the back arrow - I'm not really sure why gcl isn't,
> provided you are using the .  Camm?
> > Ok, well things got a bit better... now, I'm just hoping that some of
> > the bugs I found (should I report computational bugs? what is the
> > state of maxima??? I suspect some of these bugs are lisp related...?)
> Go ahead and report them - whatever the cause, it needs to be
> identified and fixed.
> You can also enter them into the bug tracker at the sourceforge project
> site - that's probably the best way to make sure they are checked when
> we get ready to release (whenever that is.)
> CY
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Camm Maguire                                            address@hidden
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