The argument must be an object that was returned by
calling dumplisp with
nil value of
the virtual keyword argument (which is
supported on Windows only). The first time
release-dumplisp-virtual-image is called with
a particular legitimate argument, it releases the virtual file and
t. Any subsequest calls with the same
argument do nothing, and return
function is thread-safe. See Virtual dumplisp: for very large images and
pseudo-forks on Windows.
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