[Openmcl-devel] Listener spawning (tiny problem)

Tim Bradshaw tfb at tfeb.org
Mon Sep 6 12:56:14 PDT 2010

Under circumstances I don't understand but which may have to do with using the inspector, Hemlock seems to decide that it needs a new listener window when you compile a new definition.  It will then use this window for a while until something causes it to decide it needs another one.  I tend to start killing them off when it gets to three or four, in case they reach some kind of criticality.

I think the way to replicate this is:
- write a definition in Hemlock
- Compile it with C-XC-C
- (inspect *) in the listener
- write and compile another definition, which will spawn a listener.

I'm on the trunk and I've just updated to 14232, which is current.  On Snow Leopard.

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