There are two ways to create a new executable with your code preloaded.
writes a copy of the currently running image to disk. For more details see the
LispWorks Reference Manual
. This image requires a development license key to run.
creates a runtime image, removing unused code to make the image smaller. For more details see the
LispWorks Delivery User Guide
For example of how to use
, see the section "Saving and testing the configured image" in the
LispWorks Release Notes and Installation Guide
See Universal binaries on Mac OS X for information about universal binaries on Mac OS X.