Number: 1374

Date:  8-Jun-84  9':55':43

Submitter: Wallace

Source: Wallace

Subject: Inspecting the advice of a fn should just display it, not call Dedit on it.

Lisp Version:  3-Jun-84 16':29':06

Description: In my environment LOGOUT has a function definition which is advised.  I wished to look at this advice, so I did (INSPECT ''LOGOUT).  This spawned a process which asked me "Which defn?" (or something like that).  In any case,  I selected ADVICE, persuming that I would see the advice of LOGOUT.  WHat I found is that I was in a Dedit of the advice!'
So two problems':'
1> I didn''t want to be in DEdit; I just wanted to see the advice.'
2> This is a way to get two DEdit''s which is supposedly not so hot an idea. (since the (INSPECT ...) returns I could do DF foo.


Test Case: 


Edit-Date:  8-Jun-84  9':55':43


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System: Windows and Graphics

Subsystem: Library

Machine: 1132


Microcode Version: 5124

Memory Size: 4096

File Server: 

Server Software Version: 

Difficulty: Easy

Frequency: Everytime

Impact: Annoying

Priority: Perhaps

Status: Open

Problem Type: Bug

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