: Learning GNU Emacs, 3rd Edition

12.13.4 Quitting Ediff

12.13.4 Quitting Ediff

When you're done comparing the files, the quickest way to close the control window and get back to the "normal" Emacs world is to type q to quit your Ediff session. After confirming that you really want to do this, Ediff closes the control window and cleans up after itself. You can also suspend the session temporarily by typing z for suspend. This closes the Ediff control window, but Ediff remembers that you were in the middle of a session, to which you can return later whenever you'd like. The easiest way to do this is to view the list of active Ediff sessions by choosing Tools ? Ediff Miscellanea ? List Ediff Sessions. When you actually quit an Ediff session, it no longer appears in this list.


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