By default the LispWorks IDE starts up with the Podium and a Listener.
If you want to see other tools each time you start the LispWorks IDE, then you can add action items in your personal initalization file, or in a saved image.
For example, to start an Editor tool, define an action on the pre-defined "Initialize LispWorks tools" action-list:
(define-action "Initialize LispWorks tools"
"Make an Editor Tool"
:after "Create default the tools")
Note: the names of the various tools are exported in the
For more information about action lists, see the LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual .
LispWorks IDE User Guide (Macintosh version) - 25 Nov 2011