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8.4.4 Testing the newly saved image

You should now test the new LispWorks image. To test a configured LispWorks, do the following:

  1. If you are using an X11/GTK+ image, change directory to /tmp .
  2. When using X11, verify that your DISPLAY environment variable is correctly set and that your machine has permission to connect to the display.
  3. Start up the new image, by entering the path of the X11/GTK+ executable or by double-clicking on the LispWorks icon in the Mac OS X Finder.
  4. The window-based environment should now initialize--during initialization a window displaying a copyright notice will appear on the screen.

    You may wish to work through some of the examples in the LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual , to further check that the configured image has been successfully built.

  5. Test the load-on-demand system. In the Listener, type:
  6. CL-USER 1 > (inspect 1)

    Before information about the fixnum 1 is printed, the system should load the inspector from the load-on-demand Library directory.

LispWorks Release Notes and Installation Guide - 23 Dec 2011