should be a list (potentially
) of strings naming Lisp functions defined by
. The effect is to deliver the image as a dynamic library, and to export all the names in
so that they can be found by
(on Microsoft Windows) or
(Linux/FreeBSD/Macintosh/Unix). The exported symbol is actually a stub that first ensures that LispWorks has finished initializing, and then enters the Lisp code.
On Mac OS X the default behavior is to generate an object of type "Mach-O dynamically linked shared library". See :image-type for information about controlling the format of the object file.
There is an example DLL delivery script in Delivering a dynamic library.