Thanks a lot for fixing CL-Launch with ECL! I'll release a version
1.83 with ECL support right away.
A few remaining points:
* Is there a way to hush ECL from initially printing the following?
;;; Loading #P"/usr/lib/ecl/cmp.fas"
;;; Loading #P"/usr/lib/ecl/sysfun.lsp"
* Do you recommend building a program or a fasl for my dump-image
feature? In either case, do you know the way of getting all the files
from a ASDF system so as to include them in the program or fasl? Other
Lisps can dump the current image, but ECL requires something very
different that you may already know about quite well.
* Can I add you name and/or email address to the credits in the changelog?
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On 02/08/06, Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll
> this is not my work, but I fixed your cl-launch.sh to work with ECL.
> * Your script had several typos (misplaced parenthesis)
> * It did not use the global variable *load-verbose* =3D NIL to silence th=
> loading of the compiler.
> * It did not load the compiler before referring variables in it.
> After this, it works.
> 2006/7/21, Far=E9 <fahree@... >:
> Dear ECL developers,
> I'd like to get cl-launch to run with ECL.
> I've added very preliminary support in cl-launch 1.81.
> However, I'm facing several difficulties:
> 1) there seems to be no easy way to hush ecl when it prints messages at
> ;;; Loading #P"/usr/lib/ecl/cmp.fas"
> ;;; Loading #P"/usr/lib/ecl/sysfun.lsp"
> 2) I can't manage to get option --file running correctly. Can you help?
> 3) I haven't even tried to make image-dumping work.
> Hint: you may hack to your heart contents and then try
> cl-launch -l ecl -B tests
> I don't have automated tests for image-dumping (yet).
> You're welcome to add them.
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