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Re: Selecting diferent init file from command switch

From: Chat
Subject: Re: Selecting diferent init file from command switch
Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2008 12:05:39 -0700
User-agent: Emacs Gnus

TheLonelyStar <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello,
> I use emacs:
> a) As an IDE
> b) As an simple Editor for my configs
> For the IDE I am loading a lot of stuff like cedet and ecb.
> For the simple Editor, I do not/need that.
> So I created 2 different init files: .emacs-ide, .emacs-editor!
> But I do I tell emacs, that it should not loa ~/.emacs but i.E.
> ~/.emacs-ide???
> Thanks!
> Nathan
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I prefer to keep a .emacs file for common customizations and load or not load
files depending on the requirement.

To avoid loading gnuserv with multiple instances, I invoke as
emacs --val "(setq nobs 1)"

and in my .emacs
(when (not (boundp 'nobs))
      ;; gnuserv specific code

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