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Re: HOW CAN I STOP THIS NOVICE MODE STUFF?


From: Dan Nicolaescu
Subject: Re: HOW CAN I STOP THIS NOVICE MODE STUFF?
Date: Wed, 02 Jan 2008 11:51:52 -0800

Bruce Korb <address@hidden> writes:

  > Richard Stallman wrote:
  > >     "anyone", I would hope :).  Perhaps I was mistaken.  I thought
  > >     these incantations were constrained to setting buffer local
  > >     variable values.
  > > 
  > > Yes, but there are variables whose values can get evaluated by Emacs
  > > commands.  That's the motive for this feature: to make sure those
  > > variables don't get set by some file to a malicious value.
  > 
  > And the net result is a loss of usability because at least I do not
  > appreciate being interrupted from my work to answer "are you sure"
  > questions on files I open and close a fair amount.  The "you've never
  > set this kind of variable before, do you really want to do that?!?!?!"
  > question is a nuisance because I don't really want to enumerate
  > everything, but this one is a bigger hassle.  Perhaps add something
  > like:
  > 
  > /*
  >  * Local Variables:
  >  * .....
  >  * user-approves-of-everything: bkorb
  >  * End:
  >  */

Can you please post the contents of the local variables section for the
file that causes this?





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