[Ecls-list] build-shared-library and export functions

Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll jjgarcia at users.sourceforge.net
Sun Sep 9 12:09:04 UTC 2007

Please bear in mind that there are easier ways to do the same. For
instance, you can compile your code as a *.fas file and load it using
cl_load(), and invoke the lisp functions using their lisp name. This
is a bit more stable, in the sense that this interface is not going to

Alternatively, you can link your program using ECL. Then the compiler
will produce all the read_VV calls, etc.

It is all up to you.


2007/9/9, _ _ <swarogich at bk.ru>:
> >This is probably what you are looking for:
> ...
> >int main(int argc, char **argv)
> >{
> >  cl_object result;
> >  cl_boot(argc,argv);
> >
> >  read_VV(OBJNULL, init_LIBTEST);
> >
> >  result=test_get_msg_text(0);
> >
> >}
> Exactly! Now it works. I guess read_VV is calling init function that do all initialization stuff. So I created additional object file with a library constructor calling both cl_boot and read_VV plus ECL-to-C wrapper for the function, and I linked it together with ECL object file. And now it looks like an ordinary shared library without knowing for the application of any ECL related data types, functions etc. I hope there are no hidden pitfalls in this approach. Thanks for the help.
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