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Re: standalone common lisp application
- To: Abdulrahman Al-Tassan <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: standalone common lisp application
- From: email@example.com (Kalman Reti)
- Date: Wed, 3 Aug 1994 16:09:41 -0400
At 2:18 PM 8/3/94 -0400, Abdulrahman Al-Tassan wrote:
>Some times ago I requested an answer to the following question:
>How can I make my MCL applicaation standalone application?
>Andre Koehorst was so kind to take some time to answer me. However, I could not find
>the answer for the first question in the manual as he mentioned. Would any one
>please send me the code or specify other refrence (I have MCL v.20 manual).
>Sorry for annoying you with my problems, and I thank you for any help you
The way to make a standalone application is to load everything into your MCL and
then call SAVE-APPLICATION. SAVE-APPLICATION is documented on page 648 and
following of the manual, as well as on page 5 of the MCL 2.0 release notes.
There is an example of a standalone application shipped with MCL, see the Binhex.lisp
file in the Binhex folder under the Examples folder.
Hopefully that should get you started...