Move into the FEMLISP directory and issue the command
This will compile FEMLISP and save a suitable core in the “bin” subdirectory.
If you should encounter the problem that you have a version of ASDF which is too old (which may happen if your CL implementation is too old), you can get around this problem in two ways:
and adding the following line to your CL initialization file (.sbclrc for SBCL):
#-asdf3.1 (load "path-to-femlisp-directory/external/asdf/build/asdf.lisp")
If you want to use FEMLISP for communicating with MPI
processes, you may use
make femlisp-ddo instead of
femlisp. However, since this will make the build process depend also
on MPI, and also increase the size of the resulting executable
considerably, you should do this only if you really need it.