Subject: Re: ML, CL or Scheme as an extension language
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: 5 Jun 2001 02:37:55 GMT
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <9fhgm3$e3r5h$>
Marco Antoniotti  <> wrote:
| Rolf Wester <> writes:
| > Besides this I have another question. I tried to install mk:defsystem, port
| > and cllib (Clips. I downloaded the lisp sources, started Clisp and typed:
| > (compile-file "defsystem.lisp")...
| Note that COMPILE-FILE does not necessarily LOAD the file in the
| running image.  To be sure that the file (any file is loaded) you have
| to issue
| 		(compile-file "defsystem.lisp" :load t)

While CMUCL seems to have a :LOAD keyword option to COMPILE-FILE,
I don't see such a thing in the version of CLISP I have (or in CLHS,
for that matter). Is it a widely-implemented extension (e.g., ACL, LW)?


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