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RE: Limiting init loading when running --batch

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: Limiting init loading when running --batch
Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2015 20:00:31 -0800 (PST)

> > I use --batch as part of a shell script to export my orgmode agenda as an
> > ICS file and upload it to a server where it is read by Google Calendar.
> But
> > when I run batch, it loads my entire emacs (most of which is not necessary
> > for this operation) and sometimes chokes on lines that are apparently
> > incompatible. Is there a way to avoid loading the whole init file, or to
> > prepend lines with something that would except them from batch runs?
> You can test the variable `noninteractive' in your init file, and
> load or invoke code conditionally, depending on the value.

Which you can find by using `i' in the Elisp manual and typing `batch TAB'.

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