CL-LAUNCH(1) General Commands Manual CL-LAUNCH(1)NAME
CL-Launch - Common Lisp program launcher and shell script generator
CL-Launch provides a uniform way to invoke Common Lisp code from the shell or to generate ecoxecutable shell scripts from Common Lisp
source code, independently from the underlying Common Lisp implementation.
Currently supported implementations are: SBCL, Clozure CL, GNU CLISP, CMUCL, ECL, ABCL, XCL, SCL, Allegro, LispWorks Pro, GCL.
You can specify complex Lisp systems using ASDF 2. cl-launch will leverage ASDF 2's per-user, per-implementation fasl cache. It can dump
precompiled images and resume from them, for fast software startup. It also integrates well with XCVB.
cl-launch contains its own complete documentation. You can view it all using the following command:
cl-launch --more-help | less
May 14th, 2012 CL-LAUNCH(1)
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