[Ecls-list] calling ECL functions defined in an ASDF package from C code

Philipp Marek philipp at marek.priv.at
Thu Jul 14 08:35:01 UTC 2011

> A heavy weight workaround (which is actually preferable in my case given
> the non-lispyness of my co-workers) is to copy all required *.lisp files
> into the directory of your lisp project, and then compile a shared
> library using a sequence like that in the attached build file.
> This is certainly not elegant, but it does remove any dependency on ASDF
Well, of course it would be fine if that dependency tracking could be done in ECL ... so
that having
    (c:build...  (:include-modules '(alexandria cl-ppcre)))
would automatically include all needed .o files.

(For simplicity I'd say that the given dependencies need to be loaded in the compiling
ECL, so that it can simply use a list that was built upon loading them).

Then it wouldn't really matter where they are, and neither if ql was used or not ...



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