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       clisp-link - CLISP facility for adding external modules


       clisp {[link link dir] | [create-module-set module-dir file1.c ...] |
             [add-module-set module-dir source-dir destination-dir] | [add-
             module-sets source-dir destination-dir module-dir] | [run source-
             dir module-dir ...]}


       Invokes clisp(1) to add an external module (written in C, for example).


       link link dir
           Makes link from link to dir.

       create-module-set module-dir file1.c ...
           Creates a module set in module-dir which refers (via symbolic
           links) to file1.c etc.  The files are expected to be modules of
           their own.

       add-module-set module-dir source-dir destination-dir
           Combines a linking set in source-dir and a module in module-dir to
           a new linking set, in the destination which is newly created.

       add-module-sets source-dir destination-dir module-dir
           Functionally the same as multiple add-module-set commands, but it
           is faster and require less disk spaces.

       run source-dir module-dir ...
           Runs the linking set in source-dir, with the module in module-dir
           loaded.  More than one module can be specified. If clisp(1) has
           been built with the configuration option --with-dynamic-modules,
           the loading will be performed dynamically.  Otherwise - this is
           much slower - a temporary linking set will be created and deleted


       Bruno Haible <>

       Michael Stoll <>

       Sam Steingold <>

       clisp(1) is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License
       (GPL), version 2.  See COPYRIGHT (file in the CLISP sources) for the
       list of other contributors and the full text of the license.

       This manual page was written by Luca Capello <> for the
       Debian clisp package and is licensed under the terms of the GNU General
       Public License (GPL), version 2.


       This manual page is Copyright © 2008 Luca Capello <>.