Load and optionally compile groups of files.
A system is a group of files, loaded and/or compiled together, possibly with interdependencies between particular files. This facility is heavily inspired by the Common Lisp DEFSYSTEM macro.
A component is part of a system, usually a source-file.
Systems can be loaded into the interpreter or a compiled application. Re-loading will automatically track dependencies and source-file timestamps to compile and reload only files that have been modified, or which depend on other files that have been modified.
- (define-system NAME COMPONENT ...) syntax
Defines a system with the given name and components. This form expands roughly into:
(define NAME (make <system> ...))
NAME should be a symbol, COMPONENT should either be an instance of <file> (or one of its subclasses) or a string or symbol, which is an abbreviation of (scheme-file COMPONENT).
- (load-system SYSTEM #!key quiet force) procedure
Loads changed components in SYSTEM. If the system hasn't been loaded before, all components will be loaded, in the order given in the define-system form, possibly modified by interdependencies between components. By default components of class <scheme-file> will not be compiled, only loaded. Components of class <compiled-scheme-file> will always be compiled and loaded, if necessary. Components of class <file> will be ignored.
- (compile-system SYSTEM #!key quiet force) procedure
Compiles components of SYSTEM that are components of class <scheme-file> or one of its subclasses using compile-file and loads them after successfull compilation unless a compiled version of the component is already loaded and none of its dependencies or included files have changed.
- (clean-system SYSTEM) procedure
Clears the state of all files in SYSTEM, so a following load-system or compile-system will reload/compile everything.
- (build-system SYSTEM) procedure
Compiles components that are subclasses of <scheme-file> to dynamically loadable object files (using csc -s ...). Note that these files are ignored by load-system or compile-system, since these are not re-loadable on all supported platforms.
Use this operation for building compiled code that is installed as an extension or explicitly loaded by an application or Scheme script. In such a situation, build-system is similar to the make(1) tool or the make macro provided by the setup-api module.
File-constructors create components that are used inside a system definition or when specifying dependencies or included files.
- (file NAME #!key depends includes path) procedure
- (scheme-file NAME #!key depends includes path options) procedure
- (compiled-scheme-file NAME #!key depends includes path options) procedure
Construct instances of <file>, <scheme-file> and compiled-scheme-file, respectively.
depends may be a list of files or strings holding filenames.
includes refers to a single file or filenames that will be included by the component (and thus create a dependency).
path overrides the actual path of the source file, which defaults to NAME.scm.
options specifies a list of strings that should be passed to csc when the file is compiled.
The following toplevel commands are defined when this extension is loaded into csi:
Evaluates EXPRESSION and sets an internal parameter, marking this as the current system.
Loads the current system, using load-system.
Compiles the currents system, using compile-system.
This extension exposes various classes and generic functions that allow customization and subclassing of components and systems. For more information, consult the source code.
Provided we have this system definition in xyz.system:
;;;; xyz.system (define-system xyz (file "z") (scheme-file "y" includes: '("z")) (compiled-scheme-file "x" depends: '("y")))
Using the system in csi:
> (use system posix) > (load "xyz.system") > (load-system xyz) ; xyz: file "y" needs to be reloaded because it hasn't been loaded yet ; loading y.scm ... ; including z.scm ... ; xyz: dependency of "x" changed ; compiling x.scm ... ; loading /tmp/temp317d.so ... > (load-system xyz) ; xyz: nothing to do. > (define (touch . files) (for-each (lambda (f) (set! (file-modification-time f) (current-seconds))) files)) > (sleep 2) > (touch "z.scm") > (load-system xyz) ; xyz: file "y" needs to be reloaded because included file has changed ; loading y.scm ... ; including z.scm ... ; xyz: dependency of "x" changed ; compiling x.scm ... ; loading /tmp/tempcaf8.so ... > (load-system xyz) ; xyz: nothing to do. > (load-system xyz force: #t) ; xyz: file "y" needs to be reloaded because it hasn't been loaded yet ; loading y.scm ... ; including z.scm ... ; xyz: dependency of "x" changed ; compiling x.scm ... ; loading /tmp/temp8a25.so ...
- 0.6 Added patch by Christian Kellermann that resets the current module when loading a system
- 0.5 Added shell dependency
- 0.4 ,ls and ,cs toplevel commands ask for system expression if none has been previously defined with ,sys
- 0.3 Fixed bug in handling of changed in dependencies
- 0.2 Added build-system and documented file-constructors
- 0.1 Initial release
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