Julian Stecklina wrote:
>If I compile a lisp source file via ecl -compile -s in order to link
>it together with a C stub to produce a shared library, I have to
>initialize the lisp part.
>After some investigation I found out that I have to call
>to make the definitions in system.lisp become effective. Is this
>documented somewhere or am I wrong?
Hmm, I see you have been a bad boy and tried to guess the mechanism for
library initialization :-) I would rather advice you to stay away from
it and use C::BUILD-SHARED-LIBRARY and the :PROLOGUE-CODE and
:EPILOGUE-CODE if you need to have some special C code that has to be
executed before or after the lisp part is initialized.
If you definitively cannot do this then you might try to mimic the
output of BUILD-SHARED-LIBRARY, which is based on the template
+lisp-program-init+ and in turn uses read_VV. The first argument to
read_VV is a codeblock object, that keeps information about the module
you are building: i.e., what the data of the library is, its text
representation, the file it comes from, etc. If you supply OBJNULL to
read_VV, such an object is created for you.
This mechanism is not documented because it is prone to change and
because, as I told you, there's a higher level interface that takes care
of all this stuff.