|Subject:||bug#32581: 24.4; make recover-file a prompt instead of a warning|
|Date:||Fri, 12 Jul 2019 20:48:26 -0700|
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On 7/12/2019 7:42 PM, Lars Ingebrigtsen wrote:
Glenn Linderman <address@hidden> writes:I have emacs open a certain large file at boot-time startup, because the Python mode takes so long to parse it. So I guess I forgot to save last night, did a windows shutdown, and this morning my work wasn't there... but while emacs probably gave the warning, it was probably wiped out by the next warning from the Python mode, and I don't sit there and watch my computer boot up. So by the time I noticed stuff from last night was missing, the recover file had been rewritten with the new edits.If I understand you correctly (and I may not), you're saying that when you open a Python file that has an auto-saved file, then Emacs says that an auto-saved file exists... and then Python mode issues a message that overwrites that message? What is that Python-mode message?
I think you understood correctly. I'm not sure what version of which Python-mode I have, but could probably figure it out somehow (I love emacs, because it has extensions, but I'm not real good at writing or understanding elisp: I use other people's extensions, mostly, and a bit of cut-n-paste programming for a few more customizations).
Probably the following message, that I get every time I open the file.
"Warning: no abbrev-file found, customize `abbrev-file-name' in order to make mode-specific abbrevs work."
And I find the following line in my .emacs file:
(add-to-list 'load-path "d:/my/py/emacs/python-mode.el-6.1.1")
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