To build a universal binary application from 32-bit LispWorks for Macintosh, you will need to install 32-bit LispWorks on an Intel-based Macintosh computer.
Building a new universal binary requires three steps:
This can be done on your Intel machine using Rosetta
These steps can be automated on a single Intel-based Macintosh by creating a script that compiles and loads the application and then saves the image. Loading this by running LispWorks with the
command line argument would save an image containing a single architecture, but you can use the same script to save a universal binary by calling
Note: You may install LispWorks on multiple machines for use at the same time only if you own multiple LispWorks licenses.
LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual - 21 Dec 2011