[Ecls-list] Making ecl quieter

Goffioul Michael goffioul at imec.be
Wed Jul 27 01:19:02 UTC 2005

> Hi,
> I am doing some compilation at runtime and would like ecl to be rather
> quieter about what it is doing.  I already have:
>   #+ecl(setf *compile-print* nil)
>   #+ecl(setf *compile-verbose* nil)
>   #+ecl(setf *load-verbose* nil)
>   #+ecl(setf *error-output* (make-broadcast-stream))
>   #+ecl(setf *debug-io* (make-broadcast-stream))
> This seems to make ecl a lot quieter, but I still have a message that
> I can't get rid of:
> ;;; Freeing library /home/wjb/home/projects/cl-utils/ECL0012aj77f.fas
> ;;; Freeing library /usr/lib/ecl/cmp.fas
> Any idea how I can stop these from being printed?

I don't think this is possible using LISP variables as this debug line
is hardcoded. The only way is to modify the ECL code (src/c/load.d).


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