There is a rather complete example in the "examples" directory in the sources. It explains how to build DLLs, libraries, FASL and standalone executables. Just read the comments.
 
Juanjo

 
2006/8/16, Ben <benbelly@gmail.com>:
Thanks!  That worked great.  I have everything working like I want it.
Now I would like to break up the code to look a little nicer.  I have
three .lisp files that I would like to compile and link together into
one .EXE file.  I'm having trouble doing that.  How do I reference the
code in a seperate .lisp file (that define a separate package) in a
way that compiles/links nicely into a single .EXE?

Did my question make sense?  Need more detail?  Is there somewhere I
should be looking besides the ECL Developer's Guide?

Thanks,
-Ben

On 8/15/06, Michael Price < ectospheno@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/15/06, Ben <benbelly@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I apologize if this is in the documentation and I missed it.  How do I
> > access command line arguments?
>
> I asked this same question back in February and was given the following answer:
>
> (si::argv <index>)
> (si::argc)
>
> Those are functions, not variables.
>
> Michael
>

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