Questions tagged [configuration-files]

Questions specifically about configuration files other than the init file. Do not use this tag for questions about how to configure something, only for questions specifically about the configuration files.

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specify global-abbrev-table in a separate file

I know one can define where abbrev files are saved with something like this (setq abbrev-file-name "/home/zeltak/.emacs.d/abbrv/personal_abbrv.txt") but this file has several section like (define-...
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Storing and Loading Non-Static/Multiple Configs

I'm writing an emacs wrapper to a set of scripts that require a lot of config settings to run. These can be variously environment variables, command line parameters and so forth. They should be user ...
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How can I dynamically set the column width that I'd like to font-lock?

My init currently has the following: (defun font-lock-width-keyword (width) ...
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Constrain Eclim to java files

I am using eclim and I am loving it! But I had to disable eclimd-autostart because it keep trying to fire up eclimd when I pop a .js buffer. Autostarting of eclimd is disabled, please start eclimd ...
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Emacs PDE seems to ignore PERL5LIB environmet variable to use @INC

I'm using emacs 26.3 under FreeBSD 12 environment and try to use PDE. My problem is that in the runtime environment the modules (@INC array) are properly addressed by the PERL5LIB variable. But using ...
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Conf[Unix] not indenting configuration file

I am having trouble trying to configure the conf[Unix] mode to do indentation. I have a hook that indents the whole file when I save the file: (defun indent-hook() "Indent before saving." (indent-...
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C-d in java-mode not being overwritten by .emacs file

So I have a custom .emacs file that I have a series of key strokes bound to. The specific key stroke that I'm speaking of is C-d which I have bound to left-word via the line (global-set-key (kbd "C-d"...