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Allegro CL version 8.2
Unrevised from 8.1 to 8.2.
8.1 version

build-lisp-image

Arguments: image-file &rest rest &key aclmalloc-heap-size aclmalloc-heap-start additional-arguments additional-forms additional-plus-arguments autoload-warning build-debug build-executable build-input build-output case-mode close-oldspace copy-shared-libraries destination-directory discard-arglists discard-compiler discard-local-name-info discard-source-file-info discard-xref-info dst generate-fonts include-clim include-compiler include-composer include-debugger include-devel-env include-ide include-tpl include-xcw lisp-heap-size lisp-heap-start lisp-files load-local-names-info load-source-file-info load-xref-info newspace oldspace opt-debug opt-safety opt-space opt-compilation-speed opt-speed pll-file pll-from-sys post-load-form pre-dump-form pre-load-form preserve-documentation-strings presto presto-flush-to-code-file presto-lib print-startup-message read-init-files record-source-file-info record-xref-info require-search-list restart-app-function restart-init-function runtime server-name show-window splash-from-file temporary-directory us-government user-shared-libraries verbose

The complete description of this function can be found in building-images.htm. Please refer to that document for descriptions of the arguments and their meanings. That allows the description to be in one place only. The following are links to particular sections of that document:

Please note that build-lisp-image does not inherit anything from the currently running Lisp process other than the defaults for certain arguments (listed here). If the function foo is defined in the currently running image, it will not be defined in the newly built image unless you force the load of some file which defines foo. Neither will variables have their values in the running image unless that is also the initial value, even if they are defined. Some arguments take symbols for values. The symbol will be present (assuming the package is present) in the new image but its function definition and its value will, in general, not be. You cannot specify a function object to an argument calling for a symbol naming a function.


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Documentation for Allegro CL version 8.2. This page was not revised from the 8.1 page.
Created 2010.1.21.

ToCDocOverviewCGDocRelNotesFAQIndexPermutedIndex
Allegro CL version 8.2
Unrevised from 8.1 to 8.2.
8.1 version