Sean Doran writes:
> Out of curiosity, now that I've made a new
> scsh-tramp.c -> scsh, and supplied a
> /usr/local/lib/scsh/scshvm that was statically
> compiled, so that I get:
> : sean.ebone.net ; scsh -c '(run (| (ps vaxgww) (egrep scshvm|PID)))'
> PID STAT TIME SL RE PAGEIN VSZ RSS LIM TSIZ %CPU %MEM COMMAND
> 14437 SN+ 0:00.19 0 1 16 18900 2292 - 1088 10.0 3.5 scsh --
> -c (run (| (ps vaxgww) (egrep scshvm|PID))) (scshvm)
> 14438 DN+ 0:00.03 0 0 10 92 272 - 60 0.0 0.4 egrep
> I have a question.
> What does the Scheme48 VM *do* with .image files?
> Does it replace all code in the VM with the stuff
> in the image file? Does it grovel through the .image file
> making decisions on what to include and what not to
> include? I can't seem to find this documented...
If you have a statically linked VM and you give it an image file it just
ignores the statically linked one. With the statically linked vm I used
to just invoke it directly without arguments.