ecls-list-bounces@lists.sourceforge.net wrote on 03/02/2008 08:45:14 AM:
> On Feb 2, 2008 11:34 AM, Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll
> <jjgarcia@users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
> > Indeed, I just found that the common-lisp-controller defines an around
> > method that maps all compiled files to the global cache in the Debian
> > distribution. I am not sure how one can use this directly from a
> > Debian distribution, but it should not be difficult to write your own
> > version, which you can place in the $HOME/.ecl file.
>
> I made this my default setup. It is so much easier to keep the
> libraries clean from object files!


Cool!! Thanks. So if I add the script you mentioned in a previous email, I'll
be able to do the same?

>
> On a second thought, I have the feeling that we should eventually
> deprecate the C:BUILD interface and create something based entirely on
> ASDF.
>
> My current design would be something like the OS X application
> bundles. Suppose the library SALZA. You would have
>
> salza.fasd/
>    +-----> binary.fas
>    +-----> library.a
>    +-----> configuration.lsp
>    +-----> object/
>           +-------> salza.o
>           +-------> ...
>
> On a single run one would get both the loadable file and the object
> files that could be linked together with other libraries to form a new
> image or a shared library.


Wooshka. This sounds quite different. Is it non-standard to do this ? If not,
I like the idea.

Cheers
Dave
>
> Juanjo
>
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