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[Chicken-users] loading libraries: inconsistencies interpreter vs. compi

From: Michele Simionato
Subject: [Chicken-users] loading libraries: inconsistencies interpreter vs. compiler
Date: Sun, 12 Jun 2005 12:13:26 -0400

I have a library in a subdirectory of CHICKEN_INCLUDE_PATH, say in
mystuff/mylib. In the interpreter, from any directory I do

(require-extension mystuff/mylib)

and it works just fine. In the compiler, the library is not found :-(
Here is what I did in detail:

$ cd mystuff
$ echo "(print 'ok)" > example.scm
$ csc -s example.scm
$ cd ../otherdir
$ echo "(use mystuff/example)" > main.scm
$ csc main.scm
$ main # DOES NOT WORK
Error: (require) can not load extension: mystuff/example

$ csi -script main.scm # WORKS IN THE INTERPRETER

I got it working by putting a symlink to mystuff/ in the
current directory, but there must be a better way!

                Michele Simionato

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