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I use a literate configuration, so my init.el file gets overwritten every time I tangle; how does this play together with org-agenda-file-to-front?;)

Maybe add a separate file to hold the included org files?

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I don't know about org-agenda-file-to-front but instead of tangling from your org file, you could put the following code in your .emacs. Where PATH is the path to your org file.

(require 'org)
(org-babel-load-file "PATH")

Read this question for more details.

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  • I used to do that, but I'd rather tangle externally, because then emacs starts up with an .el file that I can debug. With org-babel-load-file, it's impossible for it to say which line it has trouble with. Commented Mar 26, 2023 at 7:55
  • Of, course, maybe a solution is to tangle to another file, then keep init.el, so that it can write that information there. Commented Mar 26, 2023 at 7:56
  • To debug/test, you can use another Emacs instance with emacs -q -l PATH/init.el
    – crocefisso
    Commented Mar 26, 2023 at 13:15

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