Say, I changed
~/.emacs, but I have another instances of
emacs running. I believe unless I do something, they might change the config (because they have a stale notion of its contents), which in turn will result in losing the changes above. I can think of the following cases where
emacs changes settings on its own:
- installing packages
- "easy" customization (
- adding/removing agenda files (
How do I make it so that no changes is lost?
I don't want to use
emacs server, since that supposedly means I have one frame (okay, not necessarily), one buffer list, and probably more. Or is this generally the best way to go about it after all?