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Re: Using Emacs Lisp for script writing

From: Pascal J. Bourguignon
Subject: Re: Using Emacs Lisp for script writing
Date: Tue, 22 Dec 2009 16:42:49 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.101 (Gnus v5.10.10) Emacs/22.3 (gnu/linux)

Tim X <address@hidden> writes:

> Cecil Westerhof <address@hidden> writes:
>> It is not a big deal, but when the script is put on another system and
>> on this system clisp is in another location, the script has to be
>> modified (or a link has to be created). But halving the execution time
>> is important enough.
> There is a trick used by other scripting languages to get around the
> issue of the script interpreter being in a different location and for
> those systems which only handle 30 characters in the #! line
> #!/bin/sh 
> # the next line restarts using the interpreter foobar \
> exec foobar "$0" "$@"
> I wonder if something like this could work. 


address@hidden :0.0 ~]$ cat ./s 
#| Both a lisp and sh comment.
exec clisp "$0" "$@" 
(princ "Hi") (terpri)

address@hidden :0.0 ~]$ ./s
address@hidden :0.0 ~]$ 

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