2 Customizing the Lisp Environment
1. If you have invoked a saved Lisp image, Lisp calls any function that you specified as the
:restart-function keyword argument to the function
disksave when the image was saved.
2. Lisp prints out the banner.
3. If the variable
*enter-top-level-hook* is bound to a function or to a symbol that names a function, Lisp calls that function; otherwise, Lisp calls the default startup function.
4. Lisp enters the top-level read-eval-print loop and displays the prompt.
If you want control over startup and command-line processing, you can bind a function to
*enter-top-level-hook* or supply an argument to the
:restart-function keyword to
disksave before you save the image. See the reference pages for
disksave for more information.
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