Sam Steingold <sds@...> wrote:
>> -x is close to --eval but quits the program,
> see -repl
Hmmm, ok. I hadn't realized that -repl would really counteract the
effect of -x quitting lisp.
>> -i load a file but I need the expr to be evaluated before
>> loading the file.
> -x is an action flag
> -i is an init flag
> all init flags are processed before action flags.
OK so it's not possible to simulate --eval by doing -x ... -i ... -repl.
That's a showstopper.
> you might want to file an RFE.
Will do. Thanks for your answer.
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