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Re: local lisp path

From: Colin Baxter
Subject: Re: local lisp path
Date: Tue, 10 Nov 2020 08:18:03 +0000
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>>>>> Colin Baxter <> writes:

    > Hello, I want to use a local directory for lisp files and
    > therefore I will do ./configure --enable-locallisppath=PATH when I
    > build emacs. My PATH will be a single directory with multiple
    > sub-directories. Is there a neat way of specifying
    > sub-directories, say using a !, or must I specify them in full
    > separated by colons - as in \path\to\main:\path\to\sub, etc?
    > Finally, must PATH be in quotes?

Sorry, I meant / not \.

Colin Baxter
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