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Re: Command line open does not use find-file anymore?

From: Everton J. Carpes
Subject: Re: Command line open does not use find-file anymore?
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2017 22:16:02 -0300

Thank you Michael for your reply, it was very instructive, now I can
understand better the whole startup process.

It seems that the change is not only the find-file, but the whole code of
command line parsing, so the approach using the "advice" will not work
anymore (at least, not around find-file similar functions, but I will try
around command-line-1 itself).

On Tue, Sep 19, 2017 at 8:38 AM, Michael Heerdegen <
> wrote:

> "Everton J. Carpes" <> writes:
> >   1. Emacs 25 doesn't use find-file anymore when opening from command
> line?
> >   2. Which function is called now?
> >   4. How can I learn more about what emacs does when opened?
> Seems you are right - the code switched to `find-file-noselect' a while
> ago (`find-file' is just a thin wrapper around `find-file-noselect' that
> directly selects the file's buffer).  You can find that argument
> handling code in startup.el, `command-line-1' in particular.
> Michael.

Everton J. Carpes

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