Olivier Galibert <galibert(a)pobox.com> writes:
On Wed, Nov 22, 2000 at 09:19:10AM +0000, Gunnar Evermann wrote:
> Wouldn't it be easier to move the command line parsing for the relvant
> variable after the loading of the dump file? This would be more like
> the initialisation in a traditional dumped xemacs.
You have to detect -nd before trying to load the dump file. So you'd
have to split the command parsing in two stages. Not nice.
I know, but I think emacs.c is far from nice anyway, with functions
hundreds of lines long and scattered with #ifdefs. Also I think the
save&restore changes the semantics as changes to the variables made in
the lisp executed before dumping are unconditionally tossed. (Not that
changing things like inhibit-autoloads in lisp in load-up.el would be
Anyway, I don't have strong feelings about this. You guys decide.