From: Scott Schwartz <schwartz@bi...> - 2002-05-21 05:55:52
The manpage for clisp says that when invoked as "clisp lispfile",
there will be no repl. However, in some cases it does try to interact
with standard input. When used in a pipeline, that can cause havoc.
$ clisp --version
CLISP 1999-07-22 (July 1999)
$ echo '(defun x () (x)) (x)' >/tmp/t
$ clisp /tmp/t
*** - Program stack overflow. RESET
Sorry if this refers to an outdated version of the program; it's what
Debian-stable is distributing. I noticed the preceeding when just poking
around to get a flavor for clisp.