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DesktopAid for (X)Emacs

DesktopAid will save your editing session when you quit (X)Emacs, and reload it when you start (X)Emacs again. All of your active frames and loaded files will be restored as if you had never quit.

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  •  13 Apr 2002 08:19

    Release Notes: This release adds the dta-default-auto option, which will automatically adjust the default configuration file when loading, switching, or saving a session. A conflict with saveplace.el was fixed, and the default configuration setting will now only be saved to your .emacs file when you exit and not every time it changes.

    •  10 Jul 2001 23:39

      Release Notes: A fix for the double slash problem, a fix for a bug where if the '-unmapped' option is given on the command line then the default desktop configuration is loaded, and only visible frames are saved.

      •  06 May 2001 18:52

        Release Notes: Addition of dta-switch-session, which kills all buffers before loading a new session.

        Recent comments

        07 May 2001 04:00 airborne

        Re: Great piece of work

        > This is the type of thing I've been
        > waiting for
        > for years! Thx!

        No problem :-)

        I hope you use XEmacs, because I haven't tested it with plain Emacs. And if you use Emacs and encounter any problems, then just let me know.

        07 May 2001 03:55 heilbron

        Great piece of work
        This is the type of thing I've been waiting for
        for years! Thx!

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