Once Edwin has been entered, it can be exited in the following ways:
Stop Edwin and return to Scheme (
suspend-edwin). The call to the
edit that entered Edwin returns normally. A subsequent
edit will resume Edwin where it was stopped.
Offer to save any modified buffers, then kill Edwin, returning to Scheme
save-buffers-kill-edwin). This is like the
command, except that a subsequent call to
edit will reinitialize
Stop Edwin and suspend Scheme, returning control to the operating
system’s command interpreter (
suspend-scheme). When Scheme is
resumed (using the command interpreter’s job-control commands), Edwin is
automatically restarted where it was stopped. This command is identical
to the C-x C-z command of GNU Emacs.
Offer to save any modified buffers, then kill both Edwin and Scheme
save-buffers-kill-scheme). Control is returned to the operating
system’s command interpreter, and the Scheme process is terminated.
This command is identical to the C-x C-c command of GNU