R. Matthew Emerson
rme at clozure.com
Mon Aug 15 11:53:49 CDT 2011
On Aug 15, 2011, at 10:05 AM, Janusz Podrazik wrote:
> this is what I do now each files is mapped.
> the question is how to assign a directory without mapping all files in the init.lisp file.
Are you looking for something like this? (This would go in
the init file.)
(defparameter *init-directory* #p"ccl:init;") ;or wherever
(defun load-init-directory (dir)
(let* ((wild (make-pathname :name :wild :type :wild :defaults dir))
(files (directory wild :directories nil :files t)))
(dolist (f files)
(with-simple-restart (contiune "Skip loading ~s" f)
(load f :if-does-not-exist nil :verbose nil)))))
Or were you looking for some way to customize the lisp so that
it doesn't load home:ccl-init.lisp at all, but instead looks
somewhere else entirely?
> On 15 Aug 2011, at 15:08, Tim Bradshaw wrote:
>> On 13 Aug 2011, at 10:03, Janusz Podrazik wrote:
>>> Instead of using an init-ccl.lisp file, I would like instead to assign a init folder.
>>> All files or subfolders in the that folder - lets say 'Startup' folder - would be loaded on startup of the application.
>> I'm not currently doing this, but I have in the past, and the trick is to write a minimal init file which maps over files in the appropriate directory, loading them.
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