On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 10:53 AM, Jeffrey Berger <jeff@...> wrote:
> I'm working on CL code in an emacs/slime environment. The top-level code
> requires a module defined in another file. As the code came to me, the
> file containing the required module is in the same directory as the
> top-level code.
> When I load the top-level code into a buffer and eval the buffer, sbcl
> complains that it can't open the load file and gives the module name.
> Where should one put code for required modules so that sbcl/emacs/slime
> can find the files when needed? Or how should one tell s/e/s where to look?
I would recommend using ASDF to define your systems. See following
link for a small tutorial:
That said, the if you really want to use plain REQUIRE/PROVIDE,
providing approriate second argument to REQUIRE. (See Hyperspec for