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Re: Bloat in the Emacs Windows package

From: Björn Lindqvist
Subject: Re: Bloat in the Emacs Windows package
Date: Fri, 3 May 2019 20:38:09 +0200

> > I tried to remove it and emacs still works fine. But it feels like
> > it starts a little slower.
> Of course.  That's the whole reason for having that file.
> > Perhaps emacs could regenerate that file if it detects it is
> > missing.
> I don't think Emacs should write any files without user's say-so.
> There is a function you can invoke to produce a dump file, so an
> unusual situation such as this one does have a solution.

Wouldn't it be more efficient if each user had their own .pdmp file?
For example,  I never use gnus but I use markdown-mode and erc
all the time so, for me, it would be better if the latter two packages were
part of the dump image but not the former.

mvh/best regards Björn Lindqvist

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