If the application requires command line arguments, or you want to see what it writes to the standard output, or you need some other setups, choose Build > Run With Arguments or click the toolbar button. This raises a dialog, shown in The Run With Arguments dialog below.
Figure 27.4 The Run With Arguments dialog
To pass one or more command line arguments to your application, enter these in the Arguments pane.
To redirect the output of your application, select an option in the Output area.
Click OK to run your application with the settings you specified. The State pane shows when the application is running and reports when it has finished.
LispWorks IDE User Guide (Macintosh version) - 25 Nov 2011