From: John K. Hinsdale <hin@al...> - 2004-07-22 15:24:42
> 1. first, you can do (ext:make-stream :input)
> 2. IIRC, when CLISP runs as a script interpreter, *standard-input* is a
> usual buffered handle stream, so you can change its encoding at will.
see i knew Sam would have a better idea. ;)
I think you still need something like the "C" wrapper hack if you
really must use a lot of other command options. (Setting the stdin
encoding and skirting the 128-char limit are really two different
I suppose in principle anything you can do on the command line you
should also be able to do from Lisp (like set memory usage, lanauage,
Lisp dialect etc.) so that use of lots command options can be avoided.
Cheers and good luck.
John Hinsdale, Alma Mater Software, Inc., Tarrytown, NY 10591-3710 USA
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