- Begin editing a file. The editor will allow you to
choose the file to edit. By default, the QUI editor will be used, but you may
choose another editor with the
QUINTUS_EDITOR_PATH environment variable, as
explained in qui-ied. The QUI
editor is described in qui-edi.
- Load a file using
load_files/1. A Motif file
selection dialog will be displayed to allow you to specify the file to
load. By default, this button is only enabled when Prolog is at the
toplevel prompt. It can be changed through the resource file so that
this button is disabled only when Prolog code is running enabling you
to reload code while you are debugging (see qui-ciq-cqr).
- Log ->
- Write all or part of the history to a file. Putting
your mouse cursor near the right end of this menu item will display a
submenu with two choices:
Entire Session... and
Entire Session... will log the entire session to a
From Selection... will only log the current
selection. After selecting either of the options, a dialog will be
presented in which you can enter the name of the file in which to
write the log. Note that you can select a large range conveniently by
selecting one end, scrolling to the other end, and then selecting it
while holding down either shift key.
- Exit Prolog (and QUI). First, a dialogue is displayed asking if you are sure you want to exit Prolog.
If you indicate that you are sure, execution is halted and all QUI windows
are closed. You will be returned to the operating system
shell that invoked QUI.