On Fri, Mar 07, 2003 at 04:45:37PM +0100, Rudi Schlatte wrote:
> I have Debian sbcl in /usr/ and ever-changing self-compiled ones in
> /usr/local/. Because the sbcl runtime goes looking for its core in a
> set of fixed locations, preferring /usr/local/ over /usr/, the Debian
> sbcl breaks.
> Would a patch be accepted that looks for ../lib/sbcl/sbcl.core
> before looking in the fixed locations?
In general I'm reluctant to get into complicated guessing behavior
like this. And I'd be vaguely worried about doing this by default
because I think most people would not expect it, and also for the same
sorts of reasons that it's not always a good thing to have "." in your
Would it be possible to get what you want by telling SBCL what you
want, using the --core option (on the man page)?
William Harold Newman <william.newman@...>
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