Yes, that worked.

Now, about the name mangling - is there any way to control it? For example, i had a (defun main ...
which got renamed to L1main(). Not so bad yet, but the top-level LISP code gets wrapped in a function with a completely random and unpredictable name like _eclpXiVf4X4_TkyRds01(cl_object flag).

And this brings me to my next question - how do i keep the "startup" code so the C file can be built with gcc/ld at a later time? I didnt find it in the ~/.cache/common-lisp/...


Date: Sat, 2 Mar 2013 09:48:06 +0100
Subject: Re: [Ecls-list] compile package dependencies to C

On Fri, Mar 1, 2013 at 11:26 PM, Matthew Mondor <> wrote:

I've not tried it with asdf, but does setting C::*DELETE-FILES* to NIL

This will leave the files, but ASDF makes pretty ugly names and places the files in a common location (~/.cache/common-lisp/...) For debugging it is normally enough, though

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