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Re: Re: Calling functions before loading the package

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  • Subject: [mg893] Re: [mg770] Re: [mg684] Calling functions before loading the package
  • From: Richard Mercer <richard at seuss.math.wright.edu>
  • Date: Fri, 28 Apr 1995 00:50:53 -0400

>>I can switch to the kernel, kill it, go back to the front end,
>>and execute any command. This automatically starts a clean kernel,
>>and I'm back in action in less than 60 seconds.

>You can avoid restarting the kernel by using Todd Gayley's excellent
>CleanSlate.m package, described in The Mathematica Journal 3.3 (Summer
>1993) and available on MathSource.

I have found CleanSlate (a wonderful idea) to be ineffective in dealing with  
large packages. I spend most of my time with a megabyte of packages and several  
hundred additional names in the kernel. CleanSlate was unable to remove them in
a reasonable length of time; I never observed it to terminate.

Richard Mercer



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