Produces a single, concatenated fasl from a defsystem system or systems.
The name of the required concatenated fasl.
The name of a system defined using defsystem.
Verbosity conditions, see Description for more detail.
Same as simulate .
, then all files in the system will be concatenated.
, the source files of the system are concatenated.
The directory to search for the object files.
Same as target-directory .
Since concatenated fasl files may be produced in this way, you do not need to be wary of MS filename conventions if developing sources on UNIX for a Microsoft Windows application. This clearly allows more freedom for naming source files. However, output-file must, in such cases, be a MS-Window-compatible filename.
or is not present,
will work silently. Otherwise, a plan of the actions which
intends to carry out is printed. What happens next depends upon the value of
t, the function does nothing.
:ask, then the user is asked, using
y-or-n-p, if the plan should be carried out.
:each, the user is asked at each stage in the plan if the current action should be carried out. The responses y and n work as normal. If e is typed,
concatenate-systemexits without further processing.