Bulent Murtezaoglu <email@example.com> writes:
> Scsh v. 0.5.1 under Linux. I don't seem to have the scsh-hlink
> program mentioned in the manual (p 144). I installed the package
> without problems (./configure; make; make install). What am I
It's not there. Or, rather, it's there, but it's not called that.
You'll find it as scsh-0.5.1/scsh/static.scm, and you can copy it
as-is to /usr/local/bin/scsh-hlink or whatever.
As for how to use it, using Olin's web server as an example, here's
what I now have at the top of that package's main file, server.scm:
;;; Scheme Underground Web Server -*- Scheme -*-
;;; Olin Shivers
;;; To run this thing as-is, put this at the top of the file:
;;; #!/usr/local/bin/scsh \
;;; -lm modules.scm -lm toothless.scm -dm -o http-top -e top -s
;;; and simply make the file executable.
;;; To compile as a heap-image:
;;; ,open http-top
;;; (dump-scsh-program top "server")
;;; then insert a #! trigger.
;;; Specifically, I figured out that this is the way to do it:
;;; % scsh -lm modules.scm -lm toothless.scm -lm server.scm -o http-top
;;; > ,open http-top
;;; > (dump-scsh-program top "server.image")
;;; > ,exit
;;; Insert the trigger, if you want to run the image directly, at the top:
;;; #!/usr/local/lib/scsh/scshvm \
;;; -o /usr/local/lib/scsh/scshvm -i
;;; Then, to make a directly executable image (good for memory use and gc):
;;; % scsh-hlink -i server.image -o server
;;; Wait a long, long time for this to finish, and you've got an executable!
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