Magnus Henoch <address@hidden
> 1. Set HOME to the name of an empty directory and start a fresh Emacs.
> 2. Put the following into a file named foo.el:
> ;;; foo.el --- test autoloaded defcustom
> ;;; Version: 0.1
> (defcustom foo-setting nil
> "A boolean setting."
> :type 'boolean)
> (defun foo-get-setting ()
> (message "foo-setting is %s" foo-setting))
> (provide 'foo)
> ;;; foo.el ends here
> 3. Install foo.el with M-x package-install-file.
> 4. Type M-x customize-option RET foo-setting RET, set the setting to t,
> and "save for future sessions".
> 5. Exit and restart Emacs, still with the new home directory.
> 6. Type M-x foo-get-setting. I would expect it to say "foo-setting is
> t", but it says "foo-setting is nil".
> At this point, M-x customize-option RET foo-setting RET will say that
> the variable is "CHANGED outside Customize", and choosing "Revert This
> Session's Customization" will set foo-setting to t, i.e. the value saved
> through Customize.
I've tried to reproduce this on the emacs-27 branch, but I can't.
"foo-setting is t", and the STATE in the customize buffer is SAVED and