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Re: how can tell emacs not to load desktop when invoked by mutt?


From: Ehud Karni
Subject: Re: how can tell emacs not to load desktop when invoked by mutt?
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2003 12:37:24 +0300

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On 24 Apr 2003 09:04:51 +0800, wang yin <address@hidden> wrote:
> 
> (load "desktop") 
> (desktop-load-default) 
> (desktop-read)
> 
> Can anyone give an example how to set a conditional? Thanks!

I think the other replies to this post (emacsclient) are good but
there was no direct answer to the question. Here is my proposal:

1. Run the `mutt' command through a script.
2. Add an environment variable MUTT=ON.
3. Wrap your desktop loading in ~/.emcas :
          
    (or (string-equal (or (getenv "MUTT") "-") "ON")
        (progn
           (load "desktop")
           (desktop-load-default)
           (desktop-read)))

Ehud.


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