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       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 executable shell scripts from Common  Lisp  source
       code, independently from the underlying Common Lisp implementation.

       Currently  supported  implementations are: SBCL, GNU CLISP, Clozure CL,
       CMUCL, ECL, GCL, Allegro, LispWorks Pro.

       It will organize fasl files into a per-user, per-implementation  cache,
       that  works  well  with  common-lisp-controller.  It can dump images or
       resume from images, for fast startup of precompiled  software.  It  can
       use ASDF to specify complex Lisp systems. It integrates well with XCVB.

       It contains its own documentation.  You  can  view  it  all  using  the
       following command:

              cl-launch --more-help | less

                                July 20th, 2009