I would like to prevent Emacs from reporting on everyting that is being loaded at startup in the minibuffer. This is because it seems to pause when telling me which files are being loaded that I have specified myself in my init file.
I have byte-compiled the files that I load from my init file, but the minibuffer still gives me the same message and waits for ~3 seconds per loaded file.
I already use many
(inhibit startup-* t) style commands in my init file, so that emacs is faster at startup and I don't get the GNU start screen etc., but I cannot find an equivalent for the minibuffer.
I have found
minibuffer-massage-timeout, with the option to set how long messages appear for, which sounds great, but I only want this action (i.e. := zero!) for the startup process, I want the messages otherwise.
Something similar to this might be an idea, but it isn't meant for the Emacs GUI, rather terminal use of eLisp, as far as I can understand.