December 6th, 2008, 11:44 PM
I am brand new to Ubuntu and Debian but familiar with lisp programming on other platforms. After using Synaptic to get SBCL I was poking around and tripped across the "common-lisp-controller" mechanism. I found some developer-oriented docs on the Debian site but I haven't found anything about how to set up one's personal file structure to work most harmoniously with the mechanism. Are there conventions for dot files (I saw reference to a ".clc" but no info on what should be put therein)? I like the idea of having the cl libraries available to more than one common lisp implementation, but I am in the dark as to how that can be made to happen. Any hints?