Hi Christophe,

> In lib/test.l I read:
> «««
> Local usage:
> # ./pil lib/test.l -bye +
> »»»
> 
> Shouldn't it be
> «««
> bin/pil lib/test.l -bye +

Not really. The bin/pil script is a template to be copied or linked to /usr/bin,
i.e. a global installation. You see it from the hashbang line
#!/usr/bin/picolisp /usr/lib/picolisp/lib.l

The "true" PicoLisp local startup is the pil script in the installation
directory.


> test:
>      $(bin)/pil $(lib)/test.l -bye +

Hmm, why is this so important? It has nothing to do with make, and runs in a
different context.

- Alex
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