3.1 Configuring Liquid Common Lisp software
load-submodule name &rest load-args
symbol), which names a registered submodule. The submodule name can be upper, lower, or mixed case, but is understood as the root filename of the module in a Unix system, and is taken in lower-case. The full path for this file includes the
submodulessubdirectory of the Lisp installation's "library area" (which is returned as the value of calling
sys:lisp-library-directory). The file is then loaded as if
loadhad been called on this pathname and the remaining load-args arguments.
load-submoduleloads the required submodules as well. For example,
clos, so loading the
common-lispworkssubmodule automatically loads
load-submodule, then these patches are explicitly loaded automatically after completion of the module loading. Also, certain other internal operations may take place just prior to, or just after completion of, the submodule loading phase
load-submodulehas no effect.
tif it loads the submodule. The function returns
nilif the submodule has already been loaded.
load-submoduleis to use the command-line option "-s". For example, the following command line is equivalent to starting Lisp and then calling
load-submodulewith an argument of
lisp -n -s common-lispworks
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