We now have a delivery script, enabling us to deliver the application as conveniently as possible. We can now try to deliver a simple, standalone image (with the delivery script having been set up to deliver at delivery level 0) to verify that the application can function standalone, before trying to make it smaller.
lispworks-7-0-0 -build script.lisp
See Delivering the program for details of how to run the image with a script on your platform. The LispWorks image name will differ from the above according to the platform.
The script runs for a while, and as delivery proceeds a number of messages are printed. When it is finished, the image exits and there is an executable file called
othello.exe in your current working folder on Microsoft Windows, and
othello in your working directory on Mac OS X, Linux and other Unix-like platforms.
This should be a working, standalone Othello game.
Note: On Mac OS X/Cocoa you will also need to create an application bundle to run GUI applications properly. See Creating a Mac OS X application bundle for details.
See Delivering a standalone application executable for a more detailed discussion of this part of the delivery process.
LispWorks Delivery User Guide - 15 Feb 2015