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File menu has sections to manage the work session in
Xmaxima. The `Batch file' and `Batch file silently' sections
are equivalent to Maxima's commands
batchload, which can also be used in Xmaxima. The advantage of
those two options is that they will open a dialog box that will allow
you to navigate through your directories, until you find the one that
you are looking for.
The `Restore Maxima State' (Alt-i) section allows you to
reload the state of a Maxima session that you saved using the `Save
Maxima State to File' section. The latter saves the state as a Lisp file
The `Save Maxima Input to File' (Ctrl-a) section saves each
input line as Maxima code using the Maxima
command. This code can be manually edited in a text editor and loaded
into Xmaxima using `Batch file'.
In the menu
Edit there is also an option `Save console to
file' which will save the complete contents of the text window into a
file. The input and output will be saved as they look on the screen, and
not as they were originally written.
The option `Input prompt' (Alt-s) will repeat the last input label sent back by Maxima. That will be useful if you are working on a text that is not near the last input label and you want to move quickly to the last input.
Option `Interrupt' (Alt-g) can be used to interrupt a
calculation. And the option `Restart' will end the current
execution of Maxima; a new Maxima process will be invoked, so the input
prompt will start again as
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