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Re: finding the hork point in ~/.emacs

From: ken
Subject: Re: finding the hork point in ~/.emacs
Date: Thu, 27 Aug 2020 13:24:51 -0400
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On 8/27/20 12:08 AM, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
>> From: ken <>
>> Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2020 18:38:19 -0400
>> On 8/26/20 4:12 PM, Stefan Kangas wrote:
>>> ken <> writes:
>>>> In another thread I spoke too soon about my ~/.emacs fully working.  A
>>>> lot of it isn't being executed.  This, to my understanding, means that
>>>> some code is no longer working (since my recent emacs upgrade).  Is
>>>> there some really good method or log file or something else which would
>>>> help finding where the hork point is?
>>> Try using:
>>> emacs --debug-init
>> Thanks much, Yuan and Stefan.
>> Okay, I ran that.  Emacs comes up.  Then what do I look at...?  What
>> file or buffer...? or output?  I don't see anything at all diagnostic.
> If Emacs starts normally with --debug-init, then the problem is not
> that something in your init file errors out.
> So you need to tell more about the problems you see: what exactly
> leads you to believe that something in the init file is not working?

Good question.  There is an "add-on", an additional mode which my .emacs
gets started, but it doesn't get started.  My understanding is that the
error would be before that code, yes?

(I just ran through and tested that entire body of code, and found no
error at all.)

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