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From: Sam Steingold <sds@gn...> - 2001-04-23 15:11:40
> * In message <E14rKPY-0001jf-00@...>
> * On the subject of "Re: clisp binary"
> * Sent on Sun, 22 Apr 2001 15:01:43 +0100
> * Honorable "David Blane" <david@...> writes:
> > > The files under ftp://clisp.cons.org/pub/lisp/clisp/binaries/i386-linux-
> > > libc6/ are source, not binary.
> > huh?
> > which specific file is not a binary?!
> Maybe I'm mistaken, but after installing it, it still appeared to want
> make and gcc. Maybe it only needed linking or something, but if I
> could do that I wouldn't need the binary. Eventually I found a friend
> with clisp and copied his /usr/bin/clisp and
> /usr/local/lib/clisp/base/ and it seems to work.
I see. The files are indeed "CLISP binary distributions".
make and gcc are needed to make the "driver" executable "clisp" which
just runs lisp.run (supplied in the tarball) with the right options.
You can replace the driver with a shell script, if you wish.
Sam Steingold (http://www.podval.org/~sds)
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