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SubjectRe: CML2 1.1.0 bug and snailspeed
Anton Altaparmakov <aia21@cus.cam.ac.uk>:
> In the menu the colour scheme is a bit strange but everyone has a
> different taste. Would need some getting used to, but ok. It does seem
> like a step back in time though, compared to the old menuconfig which had
> nice windows feel and colours, IMHO. I am not sure why it had to be
> changed. Surely you can have the old interface with the new theorem
> prover?

I couldn't do both that and share back-end code with the other interfaces.

> I found a bug: In "Intel and compatible 80x86 processor options", "Intel
> and compatible 80x86 processor types" I press "y" on "Pentium Classic"
> option and it activates Penitum-III as well as Pentium Classic options at
> the same time!?! Tried to play around switching to something else and then
> onto Pentium Classic again and it enabled Pentium Classic and Pentium
> Pro/Celeron/Pentium II (NEW) this time! Something is very wrong here.

Rules file bug, probably. I'll investigate this afternoon.

> Now a general comment: CML2 is extremely slow to the point of not being
> usable! )-:

I'm still tuning.
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