Once you have a script name in the Build script pane, build your application by choosing
Build > Build
or clicking the
toolbar button. The Application Builder invokes LispWorks in a subprocess, with the script as its
If desired, you can abort the build process by pressing the Abort button.
The State pane displays the status of the building operation. After a successful build, the status changes to "Done" and the tool displays the name and size of the saved image in the Saved Image and Size panes, as shown in The Application Builder after a successful build below.
Figure 27.3 The Application Builder after a successful build
You can build a PowerPC application by choosing Build > Build PowerPC or clicking the toolbar button (not shown). You can build a universal binary by choosing Build > Build Universal or clicking the toolbar button (not shown). See Building universal binaries for special considerations when building universal binaries.
LispWorks IDE User Guide (Macintosh version) - 25 Nov 2011