Subject: Re: [historical] Invoking a Lisp compiler From: Erik Naggum <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 1999/01/25 Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp Message-ID: <email@example.com> * firstname.lastname@example.org (Rob Warnock) | Actually, the latest version of MzScheme provides a compiler-to-C ["mzc"] | that allows compiling Scheme code into a MzScheme "extension" which in Unix | is a ".so" file (a.k.a. DSO). Such files can later be linked into a running | MzScheme session with the [non-standard] call (load-extension "foo.so"). the question was about Allegro CL, not about MzScheme. personally, I don't think "Scheme" is the answer to _any_ Common Lisp question to begin with, but may just be me. #:Erik -- SIGTHTBABW: a signal sent from Unix to its programmers at random intervals to make them remember that There Has To Be A Better Way.