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Re: CLISP Compiler

Steven A. Morris <MORRIS1@DUCVAX.AUBURN.EDU> asks:

> I'm using CLISP on an IBM-compatible 386 computer using MSDOS.
> Is there a way to compile my programs into an executable format (.exe or
> .com)?

No. The CLISP compiler doesn't produce machine code.

You can use the (undocumented) SAVEMEM function to dump memory images
that can be given as argument to the -M option of clisp. For example:

  > (load "rubik.fas")
  > (savemem "rubik.mem")
  > (exit)

Then call

  clisp -M rubik.mem

                    Bruno Haible