Compile the source-file, producing a
For example, to byte-compile a file ‘foo.scm’ do:
(compile-file "foo.scm" "foo")
This will create ‘foo.zip’, which contains
You can move this file around, without worrying about class paths.
To load the compiled file, you can later
named file, as in either
(load "foo") or
This should have the same effect as
loading ‘foo.scm’, except you will get the faster byte-compiled versions.