LispWorks Delivery User Guide > 4 Delivering your Application > 4.4 Delivering a dynamic library > 4.4.3 Simple Windows example

NextPrevUpTopContentsIndex Using the Application Builder

The Application Builder tool provides another way to build and test hello.dll :

  1. In the LispWorks for Windows IDE do Works > Tools > Application Builder
  2. Set the Build script to be your file hello.lisp and do Works > Build > Build to build the DLL.
  3. Do Works > Build > Run With Arguments . Enter rundll32 in the Execute pane, enter hello.dll,Hello in the Arguments pane, and press OK to test the library.

LispWorks Delivery User Guide - 22 Dec 2009