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Re: Desktop save
Re: Desktop save
Tue, 8 Apr 2003 15:39:21 +0100
On Tuesday, April 8, 2003, at 02:14 pm, Phillip Lord wrote:
Something is crashing when one of these modes is trying to load
perhaps. Have you checked *messages*?
Thanks for taking the time to think about this one. Here's my usual
*Messages* buffer upon start-up:
Loading /Users/sebbyt/.xemacs/init.el (source)...done
Loading /Users/sebbyt/.xemacs/custom.el (source)...done
Reading directory /Users/sebbyt/.Terminal_folder/...done
For information about the GNU Project and its goals, type C-h C-p.
Seemingly no problem there. However within 'customize-group RET
desktop' desktop-buffer-handlers says the following:
Desktop Buffer Handlers: [Hide]
[INS] [DEL] Function: desktop-buffer-dired
[INS] [DEL] Function: desktop-buffer-rmail
[INS] [DEL] Function: desktop-buffer-mh
[INS] [DEL] Function: desktop-buffer-info
[INS] [DEL] Function: desktop-buffer-file
[State]: this option is unchanged from its standard setting.
List of functions to call in order to create a buffer. [Hide]
The functions are called without explicit parameters but can use the
variables `desktop-buffer-major-mode', `desktop-buffer-file-name',
If one function returns non-nil, no further functions are called.
If the function returns t then the buffer is considered created.
I'm at a loss, not being a Lisp programmer, (or any sort of programmer
for that matter), but I've established that the function
desktop-buffer-file, (the last in the list), deals with restoring
buffers that visit files in the correct major/minor modes etc.
Other things aren't working such as modes I've put in
desktop-modes-not-to-save being ignored. But let's tackle one thing at
a time hey!