clisp- Common Lisp language interpreter and compiler
-mmemsize ] [
-Mmemfile ] [
-Llanguage ] [
-iinitfile ... ] [
-l] lispfile [
-ooutputfile ] ... ] [
-ppackagename ] [
-c, the specified lisp files are compiled to a bytecode that can be executed more efficiently.
clisptries to grab on startup. The amount may be given as nnnnnnn (measured in bytes), nnnn
KB(measured in kilobytes) or n
MB(measured in megabytes). Default is 2 megabytes. The argument is constrained between 100 KB and 16 MB. -- This version of
clispallocates memory dynamically. memsize is essentially ignored.
clispuses to communicate with the user. This may be
clispdisplays no banner at startup and no good-bye message when quitting.
clispinteracts in a way that ILISP (a popular Emacs LISP interface) can deal with. Currently the only effect of this is that unnecessary prompts are not suppressed. Furthermore, the GNU readline library treats Tab as a normal self-inserting character.
loaded at startup. These should be lisp files (source or compiled).
loaded instead of the sources to gain efficiency.
*package*will be set to the package named packagename.
Guy L. Steele Jr.: Common Lisp - The Language. Digital Press. 1st edition 1984, 465 pages. ("CLtL1" for short)and to the older parts of
Guy L. Steele Jr.: Common Lisp - The Language. Digital Press. 2nd edition 1990, 1032 pages. ("CLtL2" for short)
clispuses to communicate with the user. The value may be
francaisand defaults to
-Loption can be used to override this environment variable.
clispuses to communicate with the user, unless it is already specified through the environment variable
-Loption. The value may begin with a two-letter ISO 639 language code, for example
user-homedir-pathname. (Unix implementation only.)
SHELL(Unix implementation only)
inspectis not implemented.
Last modified: 15 June 1995.