On Mac OS X, you may wish to create an application bundle containing your delivered image. For an example showing how to do this, see Creating a Mac OS X application bundle.
This is a measure of how much work Delivery does to reduce the size of the image. It must be an integer in the range 0 to 5. Level 5 is the most severe, while the least work on image reduction is done at level 0.
The most important
arguments are :interface and :multiprocessing. If your application uses the CAPI, you must pass
. If your application does not use the CAPI, but does use multiprocessing, then you must pass
. Your first attempt to deliver your application should use no more than these keywords.
keywords are documented in Keywords to the Delivery Function. Additionally, they can been seen in the LispWorks image by calling: