[Ecls-list] asd and package location
der_julian at web.de
Mon Feb 21 05:52:45 UTC 2005
On Mon, 21 Feb 2005 13:16:44 +0100
Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll <lisp at arrakis.es> wrote:
> Julian Stecklina wrote:
> >And does someone have an idea where asdf-install should put packages
> >it downloaded? One possibility is that one has a directory layout
> >much like SBCL's with ~/.ecl/site for source and ~/.ecl/systems for
> >links to the asd's. The problem is that .ecl is a valid name for the
> >ECL initialisation file. Has someone a problem if only .eclrc is used
> >for that purpose?
> I have no problem with that. BTW, do you know what are the names used
> by other implementations? Is there a common file name that could be
> used to configure them all (like ~/.lisprc), distinguishing
> implementations with #+/#-?
To my knowledge SBCL uses ~/.sbcl/ to store packages and ~/.sbclrc for
initialisation. CMUCL uses ~/.cmucl-init.lisp.
Something like ~/.commonlisprc would be nice certainly. But you can
always do (load ".commonlisprc") in your .eclrc/.sbclrc. ;)
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