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Nov 16, 2009 ... Another strategy for dealing with custom is to have different values of 'custom-file'
depending on the Emacsen. Something like this should do:
It is the value of variable 'custom-file' . Customize – Emacs user interface for
changing and saving preferences (settings); default directory – directory
Apr 15, 2014 ... It is designed for settings that are taken care of by program in a sure way –
instead of such settings coming from your custom file, they come ...
The reason is that Customize will save its value to your 'custom-file' ! IOW,
chicken & egg: 'custom-file' tells Emacs where your customizations are saved, but
Dec 7, 2007 ... The former maybe more ;; reliable, but I like `deh-customize' more. ;; ;;; Code: (
eval-when-compile (require 'cl)) (defvar deh-custom-file nil ...
If you use a separate custom file and want Emacs to place its disable/enable
forms there instead of in your init file, you can use the following advice: (
n :SEE-ALSO `mon-set-custom-file-init', `mon-set-buffer-local-comment-start', `
mon-set-bookmark-file-init', `mon-set-infopath-init', `mon-build-path'.\n▻▻▻" ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... ... enregistrés dans ~.emacs-custom (setq custom-file "~/.emacs.d/emacs-custom"
) (load-file custom-file) ;;; emacs server ;; démarre le serveur ...
Sep 30, 2014 ... I store lots of customizations in my 'custom-file' like this: (load-file (setq custom-file
(concat (file-name-directory (or (buffer-file-name) ...
(message (concat "No " custom-file " to load."))) ;; get our gnus settings (setq gnus
-file "~/.gnus") (if (file-exists-p gnus-file) (progn (message (concat "Loading ...