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9.2 Delivery of Android runtimes

To create an Android app that uses LispWorks, you need a license for LispWorks for Android Runtime.

This section describes issues relevant to delivery of the LispWorks component of an Android app.

9.2.1 How to deliver an Android runtime

You will need an Android project written in Java, which includes any GUI part and loads a LispWorks dynamic library runtime. You create the LispWorks runtime with a special LispWorks image which runs on ARM architecture, calling the function hcl:deliver-to-android-project (not lw:deliver).

Follow the full instructions in the Chapter "Android interface" in the LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual .


LispWorks Delivery User Guide - 10 Aug 2017