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Re: Emacs Initialization

From: Steve A Branch
Subject: Re: Emacs Initialization
Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2021 15:52:05 -0400
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Skip and Felix,

The addition of the early-init.el  seems to have solved the timing
problem.  Thank you very much for your help.  I appreciate it very much.

I would like to become much more proficient with the initialization of
emacs.  Is there some reading you can suggest?



On 7/12/21 7:16 PM, Felix Dietrich wrote:
Steve A Branch <> writes:

I have a confusing problem that I have encountered since starting to
learn how to code in Python 3.  I want my emacs window to initialize
itself using my ~/.emacs.d/init.el initialization file.  I have enclosed
it for your information.

The problem I am experiencing is that frequently the emacs window opens
smaller than I expect.  I can exit emacs and try it several more times,
and it will eventually initialize properly.  I'm confused about what is
happening.  I hope you can give me some advice on how to get emacs to
initialize properly each time in invoke it.
Try putting the frame configuration in the early init file, either
“~/.config/emacs/early-init.el” or “~/.emacs.d/early-init.el”.  See also
(info "(emacs) Early Init File") [1]: “[the early init] file is loaded before 
package system and GUI is initialized, so in it you can customize
variables that affect frame appearance […]”.

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