From: Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll <jjgarcia@us...> - 2007-09-08 09:07:06
2007/8/26, Klaus Schilling <schilling.klaus@...>:
> Where do gazonk-files appear after a compile? Is it possible to
> rename those file and load them into another instance of ecl?
What are gazonk-files? I am afraid you are talking about a very old
compilation mechanism that was removed from ECL (not Ecolisp) long
When you compile a file with ECL, now, a shared library with extension
*.FAS is loaded in the core. When you compile a function, something
similar happens, but the DLL is created in a temporary file and
removed when the function is garbage collected or ECL closes.
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