Fran=E7ois-Ren=E9 Rideau aka. Far=E9 wrote:
>... clisp systematically merge-pathnames any provided source pathname
>to add the type "lisp". This means that it's impossible to
>compile-file a source file that doesn't have an extension at all
>I think this is a bug [...]
I think we agree on that.
>Automatically adding ".lisp" shouldn't be done at all, at least, not
>if a file already exists without this extension.
Indeed, it should behave like LOAD for consistency of the user's =
>In the meantime, I've changed cl-launch to load without compiling when
>a file has no extension.
Do you know about
(load foo :compiling T)
-- Quite useful to cope with multiple versions