Diff for /gforth/BUGS between versions 1.1 and 1.2

version 1.1, 1994/02/11 16:30:45 version 1.2, 1994/05/07 14:55:44
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 2, is accepted as a double number.  anton 5oct93  
   
 after a stack underflow the stack contains 4 values. anton 5oct93  
   
 The system quits on exceptions like segmentation faults. anton 5oct93  The system quits on exceptions like segmentation faults. anton 5oct93
   
 compile does not have its traditional meaning. anton 5oct93  compile does not have its traditional meaning. anton 5oct93
   
 include does not read the last line if it does not end with \n.  anton 6oct93  include does not read the last line if it does not end with \n.  anton 6oct93
   
 No warning is given when words are redefined. This is a problem when  in decimal mode aaa is accepted as 1110  anton 4feb94
 using software from a case sensitive system.  anton 6oct93  
   abort" does something to the control flow stack  anton 2mar94
   
   the compiler does not complain about undefined words; instead, it
   complains about unstructured  anton 2mar94
   
   the compiler tries to reveal anonymous words ( -> redefined complaints )  anton 2mar94
   
   'ansforth "include xxx"' gives a segmentation fault after processing
   the file; No segmentation fault when including from the Forth prompt
   anton 2apr94
   
   name> does not take the same argument as e.g. .name. Remedy: add cell+
   before name>, but adapt all uses.  anton 23apr94
   
   
 create-file creates a file with 000 protection  anton 22oct93  

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