Externally registers all class factories known to Lisp.
The CLSCTX in which to register the class factory.
function updates the Windows registry to contain the appropriate keys for all the class factories registered in the current Lisp image. For Automation components, the type libraries are registered as well. During development, the type library will be found whereever the system definition specified, but after using Lispworks delivery it must be located in the directory containing the application's executable or DLL.
This function should be called when an application is installed, usually by detecting the
command line argument.
When running on 64-bit Windows, 32-bit LispWorks updates the 32-bit registry view and 64-bit LispWorks updates the 64-bit registry view. LispWorks does not change the registry reflection settings.
(defun start-up-function ()
(cond ((member "/RegServer"
LispWorks COM/Automation User Guide and Reference Manual - 19 Dec 2011