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Re: Fast emacs?
Jean Magnan de Bornier
Re: Fast emacs?
Wed, 20 May 2009 12:04:42 +0200
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.91 (gnu/linux)
"Dirk-Jan C. Binnema" <address@hidden> wrote :
| > > Note that using the emacsclient is no solution, because this requires
| > > that a version of Emacs be already running, which often defeats
| > > the purpose (not only do I have to wait another eternity for this
| > > new Emacs session to start, but then I have to start the server in
| > > the new session).
| Well, maybe you'd need to take another look at emacs --daemon ;-) I have
| run it when my (X) *session* starts (no need for tricks to put it in
| system startup scripts). Emacs starts within a cpl of seconds (1000 line
| Then for the rest of the day I use emacsclient -c; lightning fast.
| With emacs --daemon all the trimming, autoloading etc becomes much less
emacs --daemon is really great!
However I wonder what's the best place to write the command; I'm running a
linux box with xorg started by "startx".
A first try was to write "emacs --daemon" in ~/.xsession, but then if I
leave my x session and enter another one, it aks a new emacs start and
that causes trouble.
I have then written "emacs --daemon" in my ~/.zshenv, and it starts all
right, but then opening a zsh shell also make it attempt to start the
I probably miss something very straightforward!
Thanks for any help,
Re: Fast emacs?, Christian Herenz, 2009/05/21
Re: Fast emacs?,
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Re: Fast emacs?, Lennart Borgman, 2009/05/21