When you start Emacs, package Session restores various variables (e.g., input histories) from your last session. It also provides a menu containing recently changed/visited files and restores the places (e.g., point) of such a file when you revisit i
- Saves and restores: Histories of user input. For example, strings used in a find/replace command, names of files you have visited, etc.
- Saves and restores: Contents of registers, whether they are texts or buffer/file positions. Buffer positions are automatically converted to file positions.
- Saves and restores: List of recently copied/cut text blocks to paste, global markers to jump to, and other so-called rings.
- Saves and restores: List of recently changed files with their places and some buffer-local variables.
- New submenus for recently changed/visited files, recently killed/copied strings.
- New command on C-x /: jump to the position of the last change (use repeatedly or with prefix argument for earlier positions).
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