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It was the same in Qedit as well, which emulates MPEs Redo. Commands entered at the Qedit prompt are saved in something called the redo stack. You can recall commands from this stack by using the Redo, Do and Listredo command. The redo stack was stored in a temporary file and discarded as soon as you left Qedit. This did not allow the stack to be preserved across Qedit invocations.
But then Alfredo Rego of
Adager insisted that Qedit ought to be able to save the redo commands
in a permanent file almost as easily as a temporary file. And now the
Set Redo command allows you to assign a permanent file as your redo
stack. For example, to assign myredo as the persistent
redo stack, enter:
P.S. Suprtool now has persistent Redo as well.
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