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Date: 1999-11-22 (12:58)
From: Benoit de Boursetty <debourse@e...>
Subject: Re: Saving the state of the program ?
On Fri, 19 Nov 1999, Dave Mason wrote:

> > Hi, Does anyone know how to core-dump a running program, reboot, and
> > then restart the program from where it was ?
> Emacs does that.  Basically they do a core dump and then have a
> (somewhat system dependent) unexec routine that turns the core file
> into an executable.
> The scm scheme system uses this, too.  That's probably the best place
> to look.

Thanks for the info. However, my question was about executables in the
general case...

Benoît de Boursetty