6.4 Terminal windows and message logs
6.4.1 Controlling use of a terminal window
A graphical Macintosh application does not usually have a console/terminal window.
You can achieve this by supplying the keyword argument console
:input when delivering your application.
6.4.2 Logging debugging messages
*terminal-io* from an application without a console/terminal window will not ordinarily be visible to the user, so debugging messages should be written to a log file.
Log files are recommended for any complex application as they make it easier for you to get information back from your users.
You can use
dbg:log-bug-form for logging errors. See the
LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual
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