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How to modify-face for a specific buffer?

I work with a lot of tabular data files and use stripe-buffer.el make them easier to read. But I also work with more than one, so I'd like to make it easier to distinguish among them as well and want ...
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How do you disable the buffer end/beginning warnings in the minibuffer?

I see that I can do something like this: (defun limit-warnings () (set (make-local-variable 'warning-minimum-level) 'fatal)) (add-hook 'minibuffer-setup-hook 'disable-warnings) (Sorry for syntax ...
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Use `.dir-locals.el' to append to `before-save-hook' as a buffer local variable

I want to use .dir-locals.el to append to the before-save-hook in a project for c++ files. Currently I'm using: (add-hook 'c++-mode-hook (lambda () (add-hook 'before-save-hook '...
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How can I get buffer-local environment variables via .dir-locals?

I'm using emacs for many different projects. For some of them, I need, for example, different entries in $PATH, or different $MAKEFLAGS, whatever, you name it... I thought this would be possible ...
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Have shell inherit buffer local process-environment

I have made buffer local changes to `process-environment' using the technique described in How can I get buffer-local environment variables via .dir-locals. I then call shell from that buffer. If I ...
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Buffer-local hook shadowing default value for subsequently loaded libraries

After having a problem with debugging a package I write, I finally tracked down the problem to the following: auto-revert-mode is making kill-buffer-hook buffer-local (which is fine by me). The ...
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buffer-local advice

I am trying to create a buffer local advice to run some code when a minor mode is disabled. I looked through the documentation for add-function and saw this If PLACE is a symbol, its `default-value' ...