ovm man page

ovm — Owl Lisp virtual machine

Synopsis

ovm heapimage [arg]...

Description

Owl Lisp is a purely functional Lisp based on a subset of R7RS Scheme. Ovm can be used to run precompiled bytecode images of programs.

Options

Ovm needs only one argument, which is the heap image, and the rest of the arguments are passed over to the program.

Examples

$ echo '(lambda (args) (print args) 0)' | ol -o demo.fasl
$ ovm demo.fasl 11 22 33
(demo.fasl 11 22 33)
$ (echo '#!/usr/bin/ovm'; cat demo.fasl) > demo
$ chmod +x demo
$ ./demo 11 22 33
(./demo 11 22 33)
$ echo $?
0

See Also

ol(1),gcc(1)

Author

Owl Lisp and this manual page were written by Aki Helin <aki.helin@iki.fi>.

Referenced By

ol(1).

December 14, 2011