Hi Juanjo,

Thank you very much for this example!  Nothing is more helpful than some working code to start from!

On my windows installation, however, it still refuses to work:

ecl.exe -norc \
>   -eval '(require :asdf)' \
>   -eval '(push "./" asdf:*central-registry*)' \
>   -eval '(asdf:make-build :hello-lisp :type :static-library :move-here "./hello-lisp.lib")' \
>   -eval '(quit)'
;;; Loading #P"C:/Users/dietrich/home/cs/lang/lisp/ecl/64/git/install/asdf.fas"
An error occurred during initialization:
In COMPILE-FILE-PATHNAME, the type OBJECT is unsupported..

Any idea what is going wrong?

Thanks again,


On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 6:10 AM, Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll <juanjose.garciaripoll@gmail.com> wrote:
I just cooked a trivial example

The example shows how to build a trivial Common Lisp package, compile it into a statically linked library using ECL and invoke it from a C program with which it is linked.

It should be trivial to generalize it to using shared libraries and dlopen().



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