[Openmcl-devel] "dppccl --version" feature request

Rick Taube taube at uiuc.edu
Thu Jan 22 15:39:55 UTC 2004


of course this is what i already do (except that I also have to parse 
the actual version tag from the string). But as you can see, its a bit 
of a mess. I was simply asking for an easy shell mechanmism for 
accomplishing this, along the lines of what guile, clisp, gcc, emacs, 
xemacs, bash, tsch... offer.


>
> Rick Taube writes:
>> It would be very handy (well...at least for my programs) if 'dppccl'
>> would support a '--version' command line option that would print the
>> openmcl version number to stdout and then exit, preferrably without
>> having to actually load up dppccl.image in order to do it. Would you
>> consider adding such a feature to the system?
>
> Oops, I meant:
>
> What about:
>   openmcl -e '(progn(format 
> t"~A~%"(lisp-implementation-version))(finish-output)(quit))'
> ?
>
> That's what happens when you copy by hand instead of cut-and-pasting...
>
>
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