Be careful here: it's entirely possible that something in your current session will interact with your new .emacs file. For example, if you have already set a default value for a variable, commenting out that line of your .emacs file will not remove the value unless you also remove the default value by hand. If you've got a fairly simple configuration, though, you should be fine. Reloading .emacs is certainly faster that restarting Emacs!
Either way, once you have verified that your configuration works the way you want, you can forget about this file. Until you want to make more changes, of course!
- Multiport match
- Bash debugging tips
- Apache Multiprocessing Modules
- Multiple Inheritance
- Multiple Terminals
- 4.3. Элементы управления MultiPage, ScrollBar, SpinButton
- Web Search Tips
- Multiple Associative Container
- 15.4. Debugging Multiple Tasks
- 15.4.1. Debugging Multiple Processes
- 1.19 Multiplication of Binary Numbers
- 1.22.3 Multiplication and Division of Floating Point Numbers