Ramarren wrote:Common Lisp doesn't have a concept of program as such. You just start an environment, load the code, and run a function you want. If you are on Linux and really want to launch "programs", you can investigate cl-launch. Or perhaps creating executables.
But these are not the usual ways to develop and run Lisp code. One usually uses a Lisp aware editor (Emacs with SLIME, VIM with Limp, Eclipse with Cusp, or something, but Emacs/SLIME is usually recommended), and use it to send code from files to running Lisp instance.
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