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Re: remembering a layout after reboot

From: Matthew Flaschen
Subject: Re: remembering a layout after reboot
Date: Fri, 02 Mar 2007 15:09:48 -0500
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Gary Wessle wrote:
> Matthew Flaschen <address@hidden> writes:
>> Gary Wessle wrote:
>>> Matthew Flaschen <address@hidden> writes:
>>>> Gary Wessle wrote:
>>>>> Hi
>>>>> I find my self visiting few files and setting up the frame / windows
>>>>> in such a preferred way. 
>>>>> is there a way to remember this layout so next time I reboot or
>>>>> restart emacs, I can just restore them?
>>>> Try desktop-save and desktop-read.
>>>> Setup everything the way you want then execute desktop-save.  Choose
>>>> your home directory.
>>>> Then, when you start emacs, you can execute desktop-read .  Or you can
>>>> put this in your ~/.emacs file.
>>> thanks, 
>>> I don't have desktop-save, I have desktop-read though.
>> Sorry.  Add:
>> ; Desktop functions
>> (require 'desktop)
>> to your ~/.emacs .  Then restart emacs and try again.
> I did, it would save it fine, but when calling desktop-read, it only
> visited one of the files and opened only one frame among many I had at
> the time of desktop-save.

Oh, I don't really use that regularly.  But I did test it, and it opened
all the files I had open.  However, it didn't preserve the windows
(everything opened in its own window).


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