On Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 12:39 AM, gusti <ggh.develop@...> wrote:
> Can we build an unix/linux - executable from our Lisp source and then
> run it without clisp, I mean, same as we do with c or c++ or other
> languages after compile theme?
You are under something of a misapprehension, here.
You don't run C or C++ applications without there being a
not-inconsiderable language-specific runtime package, and "libc and
"libcpp" are by no means the extent of it.
In any case, CLISP doesn't compile to machine code, so, much like
Java, you don't get the option to even *think* you're running "native
code." You NEED the bytecode interpreter. (Of course, to run C apps,
you NEED an OS kernel, and you NEED libc, and you NEED libcrt.o, the C
runtime, so while they may successfully hide the details from you,
there's still many of the same sorts of things needed...)
"The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and
expecting different results." -- assortedly attributed to Albert
Einstein, Benjamin Franklin, Rita Mae Brown, and Rudyard Kipling