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Re: Speeding up Emacs load time

From: J. David Boyd
Subject: Re: Speeding up Emacs load time
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2013 10:20:25 -0400
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"Sebastien Vauban" <> writes:

> - `(server-start)' takes more than 200 ms to run [1]; just that one command.
>   Though, I must have it in my .emacs file, right?
> - diff-mode-.el must be loaded before diff-mode; hence, I must have it at
>   startup.
> - Helm is my tool for opening files or switching between buffers. Just
>   requiring `helm-config' (almost only autoloads) -- hence, NOT `helm' (which
>   is more hungry in time) -- already takes 160 ms (as it still requires
>   `easy-menu' and `helm-aliases').
> - `diary-lib' and co (needed for appointments notification) takes 233 ms.
>   Shouldn't I be notified at startup of events occurring in less than 15
>   minutes, without having to make a first call to calendar or so?
> - `mic-paren' takes just 32 ms, but for just one small package, for which I
>   don't have a particular trigger. Is it `find-file-hook'?  Then, I won't have
>   parenthesis highlighted when directly typing text in a newly created buffer
>   (or in the scratch). So, I need it in my .emacs. It's not eval'ed-after-load
>   of something else.
> - The same for YASnippet (loaded in 130 ms): what would be the trigger?
>   Unless I have a clear one, I must require it in my .emacs file.
> - Once again, the same with `recentf', which takes 92 ms. Don't I have to load
>   it right at startup?
> These are a couple of examples which take a lot of the time, and for which I
> don't see a specific trigger that would allow me to defer their load to later.

How did you time those sections?  Could you share, please?


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