[Ecls-list] Changing the compile flags.

Anton Vodonosov avodonosov at yandex.ru
Thu Jan 31 19:26:07 UTC 2013

If you can call "ecl -compile" from your script you can also call "ecl -eval '(do-whatever-i-want') -eval '(quit)"
or "ecl -load 'my-script.lisp' -eval '(quit)"

31.01.2013, 19:06, "Peter Enerccio" <enerccio at gmail.com>:
> But that would actually require running ecl so I can't run it in script, can I?
> 2013/1/31 Anton Vodonosov <avodonosov at yandex.ru>
>> 31.01.2013, 17:13, "Peter Enerccio" <enerccio at gmail.com>:
>>> Hello
>>> as part of my compilation of the c backend, I also compile few lisp files into fasls with
>>> ecl --compile. I wonder if it is possible to change/add more flags for the compiler into the command line (i am most interested in -fdynamic flag).
>> When I needed this I used special variables in the COMPILER package: CMP::*CC-FLAGS* and others.
>> See functions cmpile-file, compiler-cc in the src/new-cmp/cmpmain.lisp
> --
> Bc. Peter Vaňušanik
> http://www.bishojo.tk

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