The section describes issues relevant to delivery of CAPI applications running on X11/Motif.
Note that the X11/Motif GUI is deprecated on Linux, FreeBSD, x86/x64 Solaris and Mac OS X, because the alternative GTK+ GUI library is now supported.
On LispWorks platforms supporting pthreads, the supplied image contains the GTK GUI only, and therefore GTK is the default graphical library for applications. To build a Motif application on these platforms you need to include
A suitable version of the OpenMotif library must be installed on the target machine for your CAPI/Motif application to run. The version requirements are as for LispWorks itself, as mentioned in the LispWorks Release Notes and Installation Guide .
You could use the LispWorks resources as a starting point when constructing your application's resources. You can see the LispWorks fallback resources (these are for application class
Lispworks) as described under "Using X resources" in the
CAPI User Guide and Reference Manual
The default color and other attributes for each CAPI pane on X11/Motif is computed as an X resource using the symbol name of the pane's class. Therefore obtaining the correct X resources depends on the application containing these symbol names.
Symbol names are removed at delivery level 5, but you can retain specific names in the delivered image by passing a list of the class names to
deliver as the value of the keyword argument :keep-symbol-names.
LispWorks Delivery User Guide - 15 Feb 2015