this may well be a very silly question, but after I compile a lisp file, I
get a package named foo.abcl, which contains
class files (bytecode) as a result of the compilation. Is there some way to
load said bytecode files from java,
programmatically? Or run them with the jvm? I'd like to be able to write
stuff in lisp with abcl, and then invoke
the lisp functions from Java code. I do know that abcl provides facilities
for invoking java code from lisp code,
but I'd like to be able to do the reverse, _without_ having to compile every
From: Alex Mizrahi <killerstorm@ne...> - 2007-09-19 13:11:20
> the lisp functions from Java code. I do know that abcl provides
facilities for invoking java code from lisp code,
> but I'd like to be able to do the reverse, _without_ having to compile
Peter have showed a simple way.
it will be more complicated if you want no eval, calling functions directly,
use a Lisp debugger etc..
(defparameter *BAR* (function bar))
Function lispFun =
} catch ...
also, there's a way to create a Java class in Lisp (implementing some
interface, for example), load it like above and use it as if it were a Java
class.. i was using it via jfli-abcl, but looks like some functionality is
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