LispWorks IDE User Guide > 5 Session Saving


5.2 The default session

There is always a default session, which is used when you run the supplied LispWorks image.

Initially the default session is the one named LispWorks Release.

When you run any other image directly, including a saved session or an image you created with save-image , it runs itself (not the default session).

Saved sessions are platform- and version-specific. In particular, a 32-bit LispWorks saved session cannot be the default session for 64-bit LispWorks, or vice-versa.

LispWorks IDE User Guide (Windows version) - 22 Dec 2009