Re: Current method of adding emacs lisp stuff to site-start.el
> Since I have not updated to the latest emacs yet, I don't know what the
Here is the contents of /usr/doc/emacs/README.site-start.d. Enjoy.
The directory /etc/emacs/site-start.d contains emacs lisp files in the
style of the System V "rc0.d" mechanism. The directory contents are
sorted alphabetically, and the files are loaded in order by the
debian-rundir call from site-init.el.
Packages that contain elisp that needs to run at every emacs startup
should install a file in /etc/emacs/site-start.d named 50package.el,
if alphabetical order is good enough. If it must come before other
packages, use a lower number, if it must come later, use a higher
number, and in either case inform the maintainer of the other package
of the dependency.