LispWorks (32-bit) for Macintosh is a universal binary, containing both PowerPC and Intel architectures. To deliver a universal binary application from LispWorks (32-bit) for Macintosh, you will need an Intel-based Macintosh computer running Mac OS X version 10.4, 10.5 or 10.6. You can specify a universal binary build in the Application Builder tool (see the
LispWorks IDE User Guide
) or call
directly (see the
LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual
Please note that LispWorks cannot build universal binaries on Mac OS X 10.7 (or any PowerPC binary) because Apple no longer support Rosetta on that version of the operating system.
LispWorks (64-bit) for Macintosh is also a universal binary, containing both PowerPC and Intel architectures. To create a universal binary application from LispWorks (64-bit) for Macintosh, you will need to deliver separately on both a PowerPC Macintosh and an Intel-based Macintosh computer. Contact Lisp Support if you need advice on creating a 64-bit universal binary after that.
LispWorks Delivery User Guide - 13 Dec 2011