After testing 11.1.1 and the listed git mirror I have not been able to
compile lisp code while preserving the headers and C files.
When attempting to compile a simple hello-world file ecl appears to
fail at gather the arguments.
Based upon the documentation, I assumed that using the "-h" and "-c"
flags would generate the code such that an external C program could
compile and link to the generated code.
While the "-c" flag works, the "-h" flag fails to parse.
It also appears that the "-eval" flag fails to execute properly.
All of these definitions appear to be fine in
+default-command-arg-rules+ in cmdline.lsp .
My system is i486-slackware-linux with gcc version 4.4.4.
Both "hello-world.lisp" and a log of the command executions should be attached.
In case I have misinterpreted the documentation:
I have an existing C program that I want to call into lisp code.
I want the C program to generate out a tree via cons cells and pass it
into a lisp system for interpretation/evaluation.
The semantics of this evaluation would ideally be defined in an
external lisp file that could be built/linked to this program at