15.3 Platform support
15.3.1 Runtimes iOS
LispWorks for iOS Runtime supports 64-bit devices now, using a new garbage collector (the Mobile GC).
The example script run-lw-ios.sh now builds 4 images: 32-bit and 64-bit for each of iOS and the iOS simulator.
15.3.2 AIX/PowerPC implementation supports SMP
LispWorks for AIX/PowerPC now supports Symmetric Multiprocessing (SMP), on both 32-bit and 64-bit.
15.3.3 ARM64 Linux implementation
LispWorks (64-bit) for ARM64 Linux (also known as aarch64) is now available.
15.3.4 FreeBSD 10.x support
LispWorks 7.1 supports FreeBSD 10.x and later and is supplied as a standard package file, in pkg(8) format. Older versions of FreeBSD are not supported.
15.3.5 Running on 64-bit machines
As far as we know each of the 32-bit LispWorks implementations runs correctly in the 32-bit subsystem of the corresponding 64-bit platform.
15.3.6 Code signing LispWorks images
188.8.131.52 Signing of the distributed executable
On Mac OS X, the LispWorks Personal Edition application bundle is signed in the name of LispWorks Ltd.
On Microsoft Windows, the LispWorks Personal Edition executable is signed in the name of LispWorks Ltd.
Other LispWorks editions are not signed, because of the complications around image saving and delivery that this would lead to.
184.108.40.206 Signing your development image
On Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X you can sign a development image saved using
save-image with the
:split argument. On Mac OS X, the
:split argument should have value
220.127.116.11 Signing your runtime application
On Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X you can sign a runtime executable or dynamic library which was saved using
deliver with the
LispWorks Release Notes and Installation Guide - 19 Oct 2017