Something is driving me crazy as it seems to be so trivial.
I have a bunch of .el files I'd like emacs to load on startup (emacs-22,
Lenny). I saved them to ~/.emacs.d/elisp/:
$ ls -l ~/.emacs.d/elisp/
-rwxr-xr-x 1 nbercher nbercher 496 déc 2 10:23 nb-org-mode.el
-rwxr-xr-x 1 nbercher nbercher 942 déc 2 10:23 nb-windows.el
So I added the following to my ~/.emacs:
(add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/elisp/")
I can check it is taken into account:
C-h v load-path
Its value is
I can also check that my libraries can be found by emacs:
M-x locate-library RET nb-org-mode.el
Library is file ~/.emacs.d/elisp/nb-org-mode.el
But, emacs don't load them on startup, what do I miss?
PS: I lauch emacs with "emacs -nw"