david.cooper at genworks.com
Mon Sep 26 03:47:28 UTC 2016
On Sat, Sep 24, 2016 at 10:33 AM, Faré <fahree at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Greg,
> I'm not sure what you're trying to do and why.
> If you want to somehow compile a system into a fasl that you then
> distribute, one safe answer would look like:
> ;; 1- build your code with asdf, e.g.
> (asdf:operate :compile-bundle-op 'pqr)
> ;; 2- use copy-file:
> (uiop:copy-file (first (asdf:output-files :compile-bundle-op 'pqr)) ...)
asdf:output-files has a singular version you can use instead of (first
(uiop:copy-file (asdf:output-file :compile-bundle-op 'pqr))
> There should probably be a FAQ for that.
Here is my one and only blog entry, which happens to be roughly about this
The difference is this blog discusses :monolithic-compile-bundle-op, which
generates a "bundle" which includes all depended-upon systems as well,
recursively, rather than just the toplevel requested system.
Dave Cooper, david.cooper at gen.works
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