Saving and restoring emacs state
- Save the state of your Emacs session. this uses ../basics/load-directory.el
to run a series of state saving modules, each of which should
Create a file which restores one aspect of your emacs state.
These files are loaded at start time, using load-directory.
- Save the state of one Emacs buffer. This is used by
save-emacs-state -- see above.
- Restore the state of one Emacs buffer. This is called from the
file generated by save-buffer -- see above.
- Save the state of your kill-ring.
You can find the state saving modules I use, at ../savers1/*.el and ../savers2/*.el.
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Last modified: Thu Sep 6 16:03:23 IST 2007