See Supported Platforms, for information on portability or requirements. See TFM’s homepage for tarballs, Git repository and online documentation. TFM is also available via Quicklisp.
In order to install and load the bare Lisp library, unpack it somewhere in the ASDF 3 source registry and type this at the REPL:
In addition to the bare Lisp library, the TFM distribution offers documentation in the form of 2 different manuals: the User Manual (you are reading it) and the (reference)Reference Manual. If you want to compile the manuals by yourself, please follow the instructions below.
doc/subdirectory and type
make. By default, the documentation is built in info, PDF and HTML formats. If you want other formats (DVI and PostScript are available), type
make all-formats. You can also type individually
make psin order to get the corresponding format.
make installto install the documentation. If you have compiled the documentation in DVI and PostScript format, those will be installed as well.
Note that if Declt is not installed on your system, the reference manual won’t be generated.
make uninstall to uninstall the library.