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Allegro CL version 10.0
Minimal update since the initial 10.0 release.
9.0 version

dribble-bug

Arguments: &optional pathname

This function is an extension of the Common Lisp function dribble. dribble-bug called with the optional pathname argument calls print-system-state to print an informational header at the top of the dribble file (and also calls the functions on the list which is the value of *dribble-bug-hooks*). The header will contain information on, among other things, the lisp-implementation-type, lisp-implementation-version, machine-type, machine-version, software-type, software-version, short-site-name, the value of *features*, and all loaded patches.

If the optional argument is not provided, dribbling to the file is stopped and the file is closed. Note that nested dribbles are not supported, either with this function or dribble. Dalling dribble or dribble-bug with a pathname argument while a dribble is in effect closes the current dribble before opening a new one.

See also *dribble-bug-hooks*.


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Created 2015.5.21.

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Allegro CL version 10.0
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9.0 version