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13.6 Unloading a dynamic library

Before a LispWorks dynamic library is unloaded, LispWorks should be made to `quit' cleanly, allowing it to clean up resources that it uses.

When the LispWorks dynamic library is loaded by a main process which you (the LispWorks programmer) do not control, then use dll-quit. If you control the main process, then use QuitLispWorks instead. For the details, see the respective manual entries for dll-quit and QuitLispWorks.


LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual - 21 Dec 2011