maxima:KoenGu_ABCL_in_configure

Last commit made on 2018-11-08
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229d7f7... by PeterPall on 2018-11-08

Make check now works

 - Committed the wrong file.
 - Exported the path to maxima_imagesdir
 - Pass the command-line arguments to maxima.

89963f6... by PeterPall on 2018-11-08

Make check now works

 - Committed the wrong file.
 - Exported the path to maxima_imagesdir
 - Pass the command-line arguments to maxima.

5debaf3... by PeterPall on 2018-11-08

A try to allow to pass command-line arguments to maxima-abcl.

f7c7121... by PeterPall on 2018-11-08

Now maxima-abcl isn't recompiled anymore unless there is a need for it.

d3e996e... by PeterPall on 2018-11-08

Added an ChangeLog entry about abcl.

fdde343... by PeterPall on 2018-11-08

Added a maxima compiled with abcl to "make check".

c688fae... by PeterPall on 2018-11-08

Now an maxima-abcl compiled with the autotools can actually be started.

Changes:
 - Corrected one typo in a comment.
 - More Documentation
 - the binary-abcl folder now contains a customized version of maxima.system.
   Thanks to Michel Talon for this idea.
 - src/maxima.in now knows how to deal with abcl
 - and startmaxima_abcl.sh now saves the path to the binaries in a separate
   environment variable.

a5cbe02... by PeterPall on 2018-11-07

Documented the ABCL experiences and the possibility for an ABCL build using configure.

b902b1b... by PeterPall on 2018-11-07

Since we now compile the non-compiled files to the binary dir we support an out-of-source build with abcl now.

f493ba7... by PeterPall on 2018-11-07

ABCL using autotools: Make sure that we copy everything we need to the binary directory

 - Copy a few lisp files to the binary directory
 - Pass the lisp commands to abcl using the command line, not a pipe
 - a rough maxima startup script that is put into the bin dir
 - copy abcl.jar into the binary dir.

Still TODO: The maxima startup script only finds the compiled lisp
files when it is executed from the Right Directory (tm).