On startup, CLISP loads a user RC file (~/.clisprc),
but no system-wide RC files (e.g., /etc/clisprc).
1. interactive sessions load /etc/clisprc (.lisp or .fas)
unless called with -norc-global (or -norc, see  below)
2. -norc suppresses both global and user RC files
3. -norc-user suppresses user RC file
but not the global one.
4. saveinitmem accepts :norc-global and :norc-user in addition to :norc which overrides their defaults but is overriden by them.
5. batch sessions (script execution) do not load any RC files, like now.
1. where should the global rc file reside on win32? (c:\.clisprc - but does c: make sense under vista?)
2. which file should be loaded first: system-wide or user? (system should come first so that the user can override some settings)
1. stumwm apparently wants this
2. sbcl loads /etc/sbclrc; bash loads /etc/bashrc
3. emacs loads two system RC files: one before the user and one after.
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