Annotation of gforth/BUGS, revision 1.41

1.13      anton       1: gforth.el: indentation does not work right on the first line of a
                      2: buffer. anton 27jan95
                      4: Conditional compilation continues after the file ends. This is allowed
                      5: by the standard (through an ambiguous condition), but the compiler
                      6: should at least produce a warning.  anton 27jan95
1.16      anton       7: 
1.23      anton       8: QUERY and TIB may behave differently than some may expect. TIB always
                      9: points to the current SOURCE, and QUERY puts its result there.  anton
                     10: 28nov96
1.24      anton      11: 
                     12: open-path-file expands "./" into the sourcefilename. It should either
                     13: not expand "./" or provide a mechanism that allows the application to
                     14: determine what "./" should expand to. anton 16jun98
1.29      anton      15: 
                     16: TAGS contains references to development (not install, not build)
                     17: directories (for prim).  Probably a Makefile bug.  anton 20oct99
1.32      anton      19: All I/O in DOS is unbuffered since 0.4.0.  Bruce Hoyt, early 1999.
1.29      anton      20: 
1.30      anton      21: FILE-SIZE, FILE-POSITION, and REPOSITION-FILE don't work correctly on
                     22: text files under DOS and Windows.  anton 31oct99
1.35      anton      24: gforth.el: Typing <ret> does not work when tabs separate words in a
                     25: line, and there is a \-comment at the end of the line.  anton 19feb00
1.33      anton      27: SEE does not work when the control structure is too complex (e.g.,
                     28: load and then do
                     29: SEE NEXT-PIECE). anton 5mar2000
1.34      anton      30: 
                     31: RESTORE-INPUT does not work for files with CRLF newlines, and if
                     32: SAVE-INPUT was called on a line without newline (i.e., on the last
                     33: line)  anton 27apr2000
1.36      anton      34: 
1.40      anton      35: If a signal happens when waiting on the command line, the cause of the
                     36: exception is not reported, and the backtrace is strange the first time
                     37: on Linux (and every second time on IRIX and DU).  anton 21jul00
1.41    ! anton      38: 
        !            39: Include cannot handle lines longer than 255 characters.  anton 4sep00

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