Mike, do you have any comments?
>>>> "Ray" == Raymond Toy
Ray> Uhh, wait. What am I volunteering to delete here? :-) I
Ray> guess that was ~/.xemacs from my load-path.
Ray> Then where am I supposed to put my own stuff like my
Ray> personalized versions and modifications of existing stuff?
Baroque, I know, but initialization will pick that up automatically
and stick it in load-path. If you have an auto-autoloads file there,
it will pick it up automatically:
xemacs -batch -vanilla -l autoload -f batch-update-directory \
should create it for you (of course, you have to put the appropriate
autoload cookies in the files).
Note that autoloads will possibly get you in trouble if you have a
personalized version of a library available elsewhere on load-path.
In that case just require it in init.el; the stuff in ~/.xemacs comes
very early in load-path.
To make sure you're getting what you expect, check for the ~/.xemacs
elements of load-path, and use M-x list-load-path-shadows to make sure
that any shadows are picking up the versions you want. (Usually that
will be your personalized version.)
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