From: email@example.com (Martin Gasbichler)
Subject: Re: nesting package files, howto?
Date: Tue, 02 Apr 2002 17:36:38 +0200
>>>>> "RK" == Richard Kelsey <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
RK> email@example.com (Michal Maruška wrote
>> does the configuration language allow including other files (w/ the
>> configuration-language code)? i would like to keep separate files (for example
>> other people's package files), but still be able to load only the main one from
>> my scripts.
RK> There isn't any include mechanism. You can load multiple configuration
RK> files by creating an exec file and loading that. For example, if
RK> load-all.scm contains
>> (load "my-packages.scm")
>> (load "other-packets.scm")
>> ,exec ,load load-all.scm
RK> will load both package files. I don't know how you would load a file
RK> into the exec package from a Scsh script.
The only way would be to make the underlying package USUAL-COMMANDS
the currrent package via "-m usual-commands" before loading the file,
but the CONFIG package doesn't seem to know about
USUAL-COMMANDS. Maybe we should add an option to scsh to switch to the
command execution package...