Saves the LispWorks session.
A pathname designator.
closes all windows and stops multiprocessing, saves an image at the location supplied in
, and restarts multiprocessing and the windows. For more information see Saved sessions.
are passed to the saving function, which is save-image on Windows, GTK and Motif, or save-image-with-bundle on Cocoa.
if the pathname supplied is unacceptable (not writable), otherwise it returns
. The actual operation is done asynchronously.
is intended for saving the state of a windowing image. Whilst
can be used to save a session in a console image, this achieves nothing more than save-image.
The released LispWorks image runs the default session. Therefore after you have used
, starting the supplied image (for example via the Windows start menu or MAc OS X Dock) will run itself only if the default session is "LispWorks Release".
LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual - 22 Dec 2009