My understanding is if that I use any of
:interpreter, then it will create a corresponding autoload and defer loading of the package until that autoload is triggered.
I'm confused about the situations in which the package will load given that I don't use any of the above sections and I set it to
I see this in the readme:
Typically, you only need to specify
:deferif you know for a fact that some other package will do something to cause your package to load at the appropriate time, and thus you would like to defer loading even though use-package isn't creating any autoloads for you.
If I know for a fact that package X has "built-in" autoloads (i.e. autoloads defined by the package author), then can I simply set
:defer t and rely on those to load the package at the appropriate time?