This chapter gives examples of how to make minor changes to the LispWorks interface.
There are a number of files that contain configuration and initialization information:
config/configure.lispcontains many default configuration settings. You should created a customized copy of this file when you install LispWorks, as described in the LispWorks Release Notes and Installation Guide .
config/key-binds.lispgives the default editor key bindings for Emacs emulation.
config/mac-key-binds.lispgives the editor key bindings for Mac OS editor emulation, if supported on your platform.
config/msw-key-binds.lispgives the editor key bindings for MS Windows editor emulation, if supported on your platform.
.lispworksin your home directory, although you can change its name and location (see "Setting global preferences" in the Common LispWorks User Guide ).
By default, your home directory is located in
on Unix systems, and
on Windows systems. It has the same name as your user name. So if you log on as
, your home directory is
A sample personal initialization file, the LispWorks file
, is supplied. You should created a customized copy of this file when you install LispWorks, as described in the LispWorks
Release Notes and Installation Guide
Many of the customizations discussed in this chapter involve making changes to your personal initialization file.