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Linux Mint 20.1

Emacs 26.3

I install package "diredc". https://github.com/Boruch-Baum/emacs-diredc

To start in I use: M-x diredc

Nice. It's work fine.

But problem is when I restart Emacs I need again execute M-x diredc to switch it diredc mode.

Is it possible to autoset diredc mode when run Emacs?

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It should be no different than auto-starting any other emacs package, so you should be able to add a snippet to your emacs' init file to do what you want:

  1. The "old" way would be to use elisp command require to force loading of the package, and then maybe add commands to assign key-bindings, and maybe start an instance of it;

  2. The fashionable "new" way that all the cool kids have started using would be to use elisp package use-package and go to town with all its features for configuring and and assigning keybindings and and what-not.

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