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Re: [PATCH] Fixing package-initialize, adding early init file

From: Radon Rosborough
Subject: Re: [PATCH] Fixing package-initialize, adding early init file
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2018 12:48:47 -0800

> So maybe we need something more targeted to
> ~/.emacs, by temporarily let-binding a package--within-init.el variable
> (this would also allow us to not only emit a message but even skip the
> execution of such a second call to package-initialize).

So then if you actually do want to run `package-initialize', you would
let-bind `package--within-init.el' to nil? I feel like that's a little
odd, since it would require you to introduce a workaround even if
`package-initialize' was only called once (i.e. you set
`package-enable-at-startup' to nil in early-init.el). Whereas with
what I suggested, you'd only need to introduce a workaround if
`package-initialize' was actually called twice. (If you were concerned
about a warning being signaled after startup, we could just condition
it on `after-init-time' being nil.)

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