As every Emacs'er will know, I'm currently suffering from my extensive dot-Emacs configuration. All my packages are within the containers of
use-package, and I bytecompiled all of my
Even with that, Emacs starts in 6.4 seconds, and then loads the rest of the packages (around 40 of them) afterwards.
I was thinking about another ways to solve the long startup time, then I noticed something. The default Emacs (without user configuration) uses many
.el libraries, which are included with every Emacs. They're located in
Even with many lisp files, it manages to get started in one second. When I was inspecting the files of many packages that are included with the default Emacs, I found nothing extraordinairy that could explain why Emacs manage to start within one second. Could anyone tell me how Emacs manages that, even with thousands