[Openmcl-devel] How to make stand-alone application on Windows Vista.

Bill St. Clair billstclair at gmail.com
Mon Oct 26 12:19:12 UTC 2009


SAVE-APPLICATION saves a lisp image, not a stand-alone executable,
unless you pass a true value for the PREPEND-KERNEL keyword arg.

Try:

  (ccl:save-application "hello.exe" :toplevel-function 'main :prepend-kernel t)

-Bill

2009/10/26 Masato Sogame <poketo7878 at yahoo.co.jp>:
> Hello,
> I want to deliver stand-alone Lisp application on Windows Vista 32bit.
> Then I try to check how to do it.  I define main function like this:
>
> (defun main ()
>     (format t "Hello,World"))
>
> Then I try to make application like this:
>
> (ccl:save-application "hello.exe" :toplevel-function 'main)
>
> Then I found application hello.exe.
> But when I execute hello.exe I got and error like this:
>
> Program too big to fit in memory.
>
> How to solve it? Does anyone know how to make stand-alone application on
> windows?
> Many thanks.
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