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Commits on Jun 02, 2011
@glasserc glasserc Update docs now that el-get doesn't invoke lisp-mode-hook c38d594
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@dabrahams dabrahams Merge pull request #15 from glasserc/master
Update docs about emacs-lisp-mode-hook
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@@ -53,14 +53,12 @@ alphabetical order. Look at `elhome/startup` for an example.
N.B. This feature requires `after-load-functions`, introduced in Emacs 23.2.
Any time a file named `foo.el` is loaded, a file in settings called
-`foo-settings.el` is loaded if it exists.
+`foo-settings.el` is loaded if it exists. This lets you easily
+organize your customizations according to subject matter.
-Be careful with putting stuff in `lisp-mode-settings.el`, since
-`el-get` and `byte-code-cache` manipulate `.el` files, and will
-trigger these customizations right away, perhaps before they are
-ready.
-
-FIXME: need to disable lisp mode when operating on .el files.
+Additionally, `initsplit` is used to split `customize` settings into
+different files. Every `foo-settings.el` file will be used to store
+all customized variables and faces with names starting `foo-`.
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