On Monday, Mar 29, 2004, at 00:09 America/New_York, Joe Corneli wrote:
> In the CLOCC CL.ENVIRONMENT installation notes, they say this:
> Load the file named 'load-cl-environment.lisp'.
> (load "load-cl-environment.lisp")
> Be careful about the directory you are in and/or the actual location
> of the aforementioned file. The package is actually loaded from the
> directory of *LOAD-TRUENAME* as bound by the call to LOAD.
> Can you offer advice on how to get CLISP to think I'm in the working
> directory? A sort of `save-excursion' to temporarily set the
> working directory?
The latest version of CL-ENVIRONMENT should take care of that
automagically. I.e. if you do
on a VMS system, it should actually set the internal logical pathnames
hosts correctly (check the CL-ENV-LIBRARY host after loading the file)
Marco Antoniotti http://bioinformatics.nyu.edu
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