Make a copy of
. When you have made the desired changes in
you can save a new LispWorks image. To do this, follow the instructions below.
"/Applications/LispWorks 5.1/My LispWorks.app")
Note 1: The use of example code supplied with LispWorks which creates a Mac OS X application bundle. This code is in the example file
Note 2: This will create a non-universal binary, containing only the architecture on which you call
% cd "/Applications/LispWorks 5.1/LispWorks.app/Contents/MacOS"
or for the X11/Motif LispWorks image:
% cd "/Applications/LispWorks 5.1"
% lispworks-5-1-0-macos-universal -siteinit - -build
% lispworks-5-1-0-macos-universal-motif -siteinit - -build
If the image will not run at this stage, it is probably not finding a valid key.
Note that the command line also suppresses the
because this will be loaded automatically when you start the configured image.
Saving the image takes some time.
You can now use the new
application bundle or the
image by starting it just as you did the supplied LispWorks. The supplied LispWorks is not required after the configuration process has been successfully completed.
Do not try to save a new image over an image that is currently running. Instead, save an image under a unique name, and then, if necessary, replace the new image with the old one after the call to