Re: Compiling Lisp

Well, by standalone I mean that the executable doesn't need the clisp
executable or the clisp image.

Yes, that's exactly what I meant.

We don't work much on windows, but that's useful to know, just in case
we ever need to, in the future.

At any rate, it answers the O.P.'s question.

cygwin, or MS-Windows. Remember that clisp can be compiled natively
on MS-Windows, without cygwin.

Ah, I didn't know that; thanks for pointing it out.


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