To start multiprocessing, use
. This function does not return until multiprocessing has terminated.
It is not necessary to use
when the LispWorks environment is already running. Note that, on Windows, Macintosh and Linux, the LispWorks images shipped do start the programming environment. If you create an image which does not start the programming environment, by using the
, then multiprocessing can be started in this new image as described below.