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Wed, 5 Jul 2006 11:33:01 +1200
Richard Stallman writes:
> > 1. It is always cleaner to use separate calls to make-local-variable
> > and setq.
> That's not true. *You* may always find it cleaner, but it's far from
> a general truth.
> I think that separate calls are always cleaner.
> You're entitled to your opinion, of course.
I guess if the make-local-variable and setq get separated then it might
not be immediately obvious that the variable is buffer-local.
However, my original question was that with a variable like
font-lock-defaults, that automatically becomes buffer-local in each buffer, I
presumably don't need to use make-local-variable at all?