[Ecls-list] Lisp version of stream_to_handle

Dave Roberts dave at vyatta.com
Mon Aug 14 18:10:43 UTC 2006

Okay, no worries. That's what I figured. I'll go write up the linkage 
myself. How do I pass an object from Lisp to C and have it exist as a 
cl_object in C-world? Is that the :object type to c-inline?

Also, are all the functions in the SI package documented somewhere (and 
the other nonstandard, ecl-specific packages)? I have found myself going 
through lots of dumps of package symbols trying to find out whether 
there is a system-related function that is close to what I want. It 
would be nice to have this stuff listed in one place along with 

-- Dave

Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll wrote:
> No. Too easy to code it using c-inline :-)
> Juanjo
> 2006/8/13, Dave Roberts <dave at vyatta.com <mailto:dave at vyatta.com>>:
>     The C function stream_to_handle in src/c/unixsys.d is pretty useful to
>     me. Is there a Lisp version of this already in ECL someplace?
>     -- Dave
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