I was working in emacs when had a power outage, so my computer was knocked offline. After I got the computer back up, I launched emacs and tried to restore the last session. Emacs then said: "No files can be recovered from this session now". All my files were saved, so all that needs to happen them opened from the .saves-pid-hostname~ file.
I'm not sure if this is even possible after researching the issues. I found this bug report about emacs session restores. It seemed to suggest that emacs didn't perceive the files as needing to be restored because all changes had been saved to them.
What I'm looking for is a way to have emacs open the files that are listed in the saves file. This should only apply to the normal file names and excludes the files that emacs makes in-between saves, like "#filename#".
/home/seamus/Documents/2019/document1.txt /home/seamus/Documents/2019/#document1.txt# /home/seamus/Documents/2019/document2.txt /home/seamus/Documents/2019/#document2.txt# /home/seamus/Documents/2019/document3.txt /home/seamus/Documents/2019/#document3.txt# /home/seamus/Documents/2019/document4.txt /home/seamus/Documents/2019/#document4.txt#
How do I have emacs automatically open these files? I don't need my work in emacs to be persistence across restarts, so I think desktop save mode would be over kill for the situation.