When I exit emacs via
C-x C-c (
save-buffers-kill-terminal) it prints a message in minibuffer. I can't read the message because the frame gets destroyed too fast.
I'd like to read the message(s), how can I do this?
When killing Emacs, there are several hooks that may end up being called -- including, but not limited to,
kill-buffer-hook (when a buffer is killed),
write-file-functions hook (if a buffer is saved). A user can inspect a hook by calling
M-x describe-variable and the name of the hook. A user can run a hook by evaluating
(run-hooks NAME-OF-HOOK), which function accepts multiple arguments such that several hooks can be called. The original poster has indicated in a comment above that
(run-hooks 'kill-emacs-hook) triggered the functions that were of particular interest.