Title: Disabling the LispWorks splashscreen
LispWorks for Windows
Distributed LispWorks for Windows images present a splashscreen with copyright information on startup. You are not supposed to disable this.
Avoid the splashscreen by using a console image. That is, an image saved with (save-image ... :console nil). See the LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual for details.
You can change or remove the splashscreen in delivered LispWorks for Windows applications by calling deliver with the :startup-bitmap-file argument. See the Delivery User Guide for details.
You can dismiss the splashscreen programmatically in LispWorks 5.0 and later with win32:dismiss-splash-screen.
LispWorks for Linux and LispWorks for Macintosh
The splashscreen is displayed when the IDE starts up, which it does by default.. You can prevent the IDE from starting automatically by using an image saved with
(save-image ... :environment nil).
The splashscreen is also not displayed if you run LispWorks with an initialization file which runs your code and then calls quit.
LispWorks for Unix
Behaves as LispWorks for Linux except that the IDE does not start up by default in the distributed image.
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