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RE: run-program in kcl
>> Another thing that I would like to know is about the -load option of invoking
>> common lisp. In common lisp, you can invoke lisp by an option -load <filename>
>> which will load a given file into the interpreter before getting into it. I
>> was wondering what its counterpart in kcl is. I know (again) for sure that
>> my version of kcl does not do anything for -load or -l.
Why don't you use the init.lsp file. When KCL in invoked, it automatically
loads the file init.lsp, if any, in the current directory. If you put
(LOAD <filename>) forms there, the files are also loaded on each invocation.
As of RUN-PROGRAM, I do not know what it is.