Understanding the Output from Make Application

VLISP executes instructions in a Make file to build an application. Output messages from this process appear in two VLISP windows: the Build Output window and the Console window. The Build Output window contains messages relating to any compilation of AutoLISP source code into .fas files. In a successful compile, the output looks like the following:

The compiler messages identify the following items:

The VLISP Console window displays messages relating to the creation of the application executable, the .vlx file. If the Make Application process succeeds, the Console window displays the path and file name of the .vlx, as in the following example: