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:cf

Arguments: &rest files

The one or more arguments are read as strings (but don't wrap in quotation marks), and are interpreted as filenames. They should represent the names of Allegro CL source files. If the type of a source file is not given explicitly in the command, the file must have a type appearing in the list bound to the variable *source-file-types*. The source files in the list are compiled, resulting in files with the same name, but with the file type specified by the variable *fasl-default-type*. For example,

:cf foo

would compile foo.cl into foo.fasl, (assuming that *fasl-default-type* is "fasl"). The files are compiled in the order they appear in the argument list. Pathnames are discussed in pathnames.htm.

If no arguments are given to :cf, then the arguments to the last call to :cf are used again.

:cf has no abbreviation.

See top-level.htm for more information on top-level commands. See compiling.htm for information on the compiler.


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