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Re: [O] From latest maint/master, no need to (require 'org-install)

From: Torsten Wagner
Subject: Re: [O] From latest maint/master, no need to (require 'org-install)
Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2012 22:38:45 +0900

Hi Bastien,

nice. One line less in uhhhh .... how long is my emacs config, but it
was a constant trap for people and hence this is smoothed out... good
job ;)
Anyhow I just realized that ELPA contains
"org" and "org-plus-contrib"
I stupidly overlooked that and always read
"org" or "org-contrib"

Well, thats the way many Linux distros does that kind of things. Sure
enough org-contrib would need org as a requirement.
Maybe thats not possible in ELPA yet?!

Anyhow any reason for the above way?



On 2 October 2012 22:15, Bastien <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi all,
> there is no need to (require 'org-install) anymore from the maint
> and master branches.
> When using the Org distribution that comes with Emacs, Emacs will add
> Org's autoloaded core functions to [emacs]/lisp/loaddefs.el and the rest
> of the autoloaded functions to [emacs]/lisp/org/org-loaddefs.el.  This
> is an improvement over the present situation, where *all* autoloaded
> functions where added to Emacs' loaddefs.el -- too much.  This is not
> yet in Emacs trunk but will be in Emacs 24.3.
> When getting Org as a .tar.gz/.zip archive file, you'll have a file
> org-loaddefs.el in the lisp/ directory -- this file is now loaded when
> org.el is loaded.
> When getting Org from ELPA (either "org" or "org-plus-contrib"),
> org-loaddefs.el will also be in the load-path.
> When getting Org from git, you *HAVE* to created org-loaddefs.el with
> `make autoloads' (which is also run by a simple `make'), otherwise
> some needed functions will not be autoloaded.
> You can check whether org-loaddefs.el has been correctly been loaded
> with M-x org-version RET.
> Thanks,
> --
>  Bastien

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