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......@@ -17,6 +17,6 @@
:long-description "lisp-invocation allows you to portably execute Lisp code
as subprocesses of a current Lisp process.
All known command-line accessible Common Lisp implementations are supported."
:version "1.0.2.1"
:version "1.0.4"
:depends-on (#-asdf3.1 (:version "uiop" "3.1.2"))
:components ((:file "lisp-invocation")))
......@@ -140,7 +140,7 @@
:fullname "GNU CLISP"
:name "clisp"
:feature :clisp
:flags ("-norc" "--quiet" "--quiet" "-ansi" "-I")
:flags ("-norc" "--quiet" "--quiet" "-ansi") ;; don't use -I, for it induces extra prompt outputs.
:eval-flag "-x"
:load-flag "-i"
:arguments-end "--"
......@@ -204,10 +204,10 @@
(define-lisp-implementation (:lispworks :lw) ()
:fullname "LispWorks"
:name "lispworks" ;; This assumes you dumped a proper image for batch processing...
:name "lispworks-console" ;; This assumes you dumped a proper image for batch processing...
;; If you have a licensed copy of lispworks,
;; you can obtain the "lispworks" binary with, e.g.
;; echo '(hcl:save-image "/lispworks" :environment nil)' > /tmp/build.lisp ;
;; echo '(hcl:save-image "lispworks-console" :environment nil)' > /tmp/build.lisp ;
;; ./lispworks-6-0-0-x86-linux -siteinit - -init - -build /tmp/build.lisp
;; Note that you also need to copy the license file to
;; .../lispworks/lib/6-1-0-0/config/lwlicense
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