>>>> "Neal" == Neal D Becker
>>>> "Michael" == Michael Sperber
>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen J Turnbull
>>>> "jpw" == John Paul Wallington <jpw(a)shootybangbang.com>
jpw> lisp/custom.el is dumped, so (require 'custom) should be a
Stephen> Correct. You can't require the personal custom.el (without using the
Stephen> explicit path argument, and it will fail because custom.el normally
Stephen> does not do (and should not do) a provide).
jpw> (infact it shadows ~/.xemacs/custom.el; if ~/.xemacs/
jpw> shouldn't be in `load-path' then whatever abritrary thing
jpw> puts it there may stick it ahead of lisp/)
Stephen> I'm not sure about this. Mike?
Michael> John is right: ~/.xemacs isn't normally in load-path, and isn't
Michael> supposed to be. Neal needs to figure out where that comes from.
Neal> Yes, ~/.xemacs is on my load-path. It seemed to me that if I was
Neal> already putting emacs init files there, why not put my other elisp
Neal> files there also?
Because there are already package hierarchies under ~/.xemacs in your
load-path for your convenience. You're simply using the system in a
way it was not intended to be used.
Cheers =8-} Mike
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