On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 11:22 AM, Attila Lendvai
>> I suggested that before but someone pointed out that it's probably nicer
>> to do it the other way. User can have a line like
>> (pushnew :interactive *features*)
> not trying to push this specific question in either direction, but
> there's an important difference: to implement this solution every user
> who desires this feature must act (potentially
> differently/incompatibly), while the :script solution requires only
> one actor who commit the change into sbcl.
How about just modifying the initial readtable so that #! be a line
comment when invoked with --script ?
Also, note that asdf3 and cl-launch allow you to write CL scripts in a
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