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Mon, 10 Jun 2002 17:44:26 -0600 (MDT)
Oh, I guess I should mention a couple of other things:
Actually the one thing I would like is a complete self-contained
recipe for making the bug happen. It is not normal for Emacs to write
auto-save files in emacs.d.
If I'm not mistaken, the autosave files used to be
written to the home dir;
now apparently there is a new separate dir
created in the home dir for that purpose.
Not normally. So I think you must have done something unusual. That
is why I need a precise recipe for how to make this happen.
4. Though I don't have time to do this myself right now, what I would
suggest to try to reproduce this bug is this: Run with a home dir that
contains an .emacs.d directory that you do not have any of rwx on. Put
emacs into a state where it wants to autosave something. See what
What happens is it works fine and puts these files in the usual place,
which is not in emacs.d.