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exit

Exit the editor.  Ctrl-X Ctrl-C

If you haven't saved all your files, Epsilon will display a list using bufed and ask if you really want to exit. If you prefix this command with a numeric argument, however, Epsilon will simply exit and not ask you about any unsaved buffers. With a numeric argument, it also skips writing a session file, preserving your current font settings, and similar things. It returns the numeric argument as its exit code (instead of zero, returned for a normal exit).

Also see the process-warn-on-exit variable.

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