This will save an image that you can run using the ccl kernel:
-ccl -I /path-to-file/foo-image
+ccl -I /path-to-file/foo-image
To save an executable that includes the kernel use this:
has the effect of making the standard CL streams use :UTF-8 as their character encoding.
-If --batch, also suppress printing of heralds, prompts.
+If -batch, also suppress printing of heralds, prompts.
Reserve <n> (default: 549755813888) bytes for heap expansion. See
kernel name with ".image" appended. See Table 3.1:
-The --load and --eval options can each be provided multiple
+The -load and -eval options can each be provided multiple
times. They're executed in the order specified on the command line,
after the init file (if there is one) is loaded and before the
toplevel read-eval-print loop is entered.
CCL will look for .ccl-init.lisp (post 1.2 versions only).
To suppress the loading of this init-file, invoke Clozure CL with the