On Thu, Nov 09, 2023 at 08:08:22AM +0100, Alexander Burger wrote:
> Now I understand the problem!
> "App.l" has three garbage bytes in the beginning;

I tried on another device. It is all not such a big problem :)

Though PilBox cannot initialize with that faulty file, you can just fix it, and
zip and termux-share it once more. PilBox then starts up fine again.

So it is not true what you wrote, i.e. that termux-share does not work in this
broken state. The unpacking and installation of ZIP files happens on the Java
level *before* any Lisp is started, so you can always undo any mistakes.

☺/ A!ex

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