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Re: Question about the the "-q" option used when launchingemacs+emacspeak
- To: Nath <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: Question about the the "-q" option used when launchingemacs+emacspeak
- From: Mario Lang <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 30 May 2003 12:20:36 +0200
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Nath <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Recently I have discovered the M-x customize option and particularly the
> emacspeak customisation facilities obtained then pressing C-e C but when
> I change an option and want to save my changes for further sessions it
> is impossible. So I tied to understind why it is impossible and find
> that is because emacs is launched with the "-q" option in the emacspeak
> script : this option tells emacs not to load the init files, and I read
> that when this option is used you can not save changes made in the
> customisation process.
> So I would like to supprim the "-q" option in the emacspeak script.
> but I hesitate because I don't know why this option is used in the
> emacspeak script.
It prevents the loading of ~/.emacs, because that would get loaded
before any additional -l options. So to guarantee that emacspeak-setup
is loaded before everything else, -q has to be used. If you
look at the emacspeak launcher script, you'll notice that ~/.emacs is
added to the emacs startup command, as "-l ~/.emacs", but *after* the -l
> Is it necessary to use this option when using Emacspeak ?
It is necessary for the launcher script.
> or can I start emacs+emacspeak without this option ? Is it perhaps
> dangerous ?
You can achieve the same thing by loading emacspeak-setup from
your .emacs, at the very beginning of the file.
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