Either binds *standard-input* and *standard-output*
or takes other appropriate action,
so as to send a record of the input/output interaction to a file
named by pathname. dribble is intended to create
a readable record of an interactive session.
If pathname is a logical pathname, it is translated
into a physical pathname as if by calling translate-logical-pathname.
(dribble) terminates the recording of input and output
and closes the dribble file.
If dribble is called while a stream to a "dribble file"
is still open from a previous call to dribble,
the effect is implementation-defined. For example,
the already-open stream might be closed,
or dribbling might occur both to the old stream and to a new one,
or the old stream might stay open but not receive any further output,
or the new request might be ignored,
or some other action might be taken.