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From: Tunc Simsek <simsek@ro...> - 2000-06-22 21:58:41
I've discovered that CLISP allows array specialized to integers and
friends, but not
double-floats and single-floats (let alone complex double-floats).
I'd like to port matlisp (which currently runs on CMU) to clisp. To
make my life easier,
I'd need arrays specialized to double-floats. In particular, the
should be that the allocation is C compatible (i.e. don't need to copy
during foreign function calls). Is this possible? Can I do it
externally and load
it without dealing with the CLISP source?
Also, the FFI is somewhat confusing. Is it possible to load a library,
without using link-kit. I think that I should not need to have the