VLISP provides you with the ability to create a single, stand-alone executable module for your application. This module incorporates all your application's compiled files, and can include DCL, DVB, and other files that your application may need. Executable VLISP modules are known as VLX files, and are stored in files named with a .vlx extension.
A Make Application wizard guides you through the application building process in VLISP. The result of this process is a Make file, which is often referred to by its file extension, .prv. The Make file contains all the instructions VLISP needs to build the application executable.