Use a site-start.el file for portacle-specific Emacs setup
This is cleaner than just loading a file on startup. For one, Emacs's startup mechanism won't get confused and will correctly honour initial-major-mode for example. See https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/Init-File.html for the gist on site-start.el files. * build/emacs.sh (install): Copy site-start.el to correct location. * build/emacsd.sh (install): Export ROOT so site-start.el finds other portacle modules.
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Portacle is a portable Common Lisp environment. What this means is that it is a fully featured integrated development environment for use with Common Lisp that runs on all major platforms and can even be put onto a USB stick to carry around.
For most questions, see the official website. It should give you a good presentation of what this is in detail, how to get set up, and how to use it.
In order to build the portacle environment yourself, please refer to the README in the
build/ directory of the repository. Note that you usually do not need to do this. The pre-made release packages should be sufficient.