12.6.1 LispWorks as a dynamic library

You can now save or deliver 32-bit LispWorks as a dynamic library ( .so or .dylib files) on Intel Macintosh, Linux and FreeBSD, and you can save or deliver 64-bit LispWorks as a dynamic library on Intel Macintosh and Linux.

This functionality was already available (creating .dll files) in LispWorks 5.0 for Windows and earlier versions.

For details of creating a LispWorks dynamic library see the :dll-exports and :dll-added-files arguments to save-image and deliver . For a description of the behavior and the API provided see the section "LispWorks as a dynamic library" in the LispWorks User Guide .

LispWorks Release Notes and Installation Guide - 18 Mar 2008