Load the library indicated by library-designator. A library designator is defined as follows:
cl:probe-file; if found, the absolute path is passed to the implementation's loader.
*darwin-framework-directories*, and loaded when found.
If the load fails, signal a
Please note: For system libraries, you should not need to specify the directory containing the library. Each operating system has its own idea of a default search path, and you should rely on it when it is reasonable.
On ECL platforms where its dynamic FFI is not supported (ie. when
:dffi is not present in
cffi:load-foreign-library does not work and you must use ECL's
ffi:load-foreign-library with a constant string argument.
See Loading foreign libraries.