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Re: A better way to factor custom-set-faces (per OS)

From: Colin S. Miller
Subject: Re: A better way to factor custom-set-faces (per OS)
Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2006 20:29:45 +0100
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Denis Bueno wrote:

Is there a better way than below [1] to conditionalise my one custom-set-faces call?

I use the same .emacs on several machines which are either OS X or Linux machines. Currently I use different fonts on both machines. However, that is the principal difference I'm trying to account for in conditionalising the calls to custom-set-faces.

Is there a better way to accomplish what I'm trying to accomplish?


On XEmacs, which separates out the init.el and custom.el files, I use
(setq custom-file (concat "~/.xemacs/custom-" (symbol-name system-type) ".el"))
in my init.el (.emacs.el) so that the customisation file is different for
each OS I run XEmacs on.

for further details of how to get this to work for GNU Emacs. (Large file)

The page-at-time manual has this section missing, it should be referenced from
but that leads to a 404 error.

Colin S. Miller

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