Commit 753f8b0f authored by Miles Bader's avatar Miles Bader
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Merge from gnus--rel--5.10

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 * gnus--rel--5.10  (patch 97)

   - Update from CVS

2005-07-27  Reiner Steib  <Reiner.Steib@gmx.de>

   * man/gnus.texi (Startup Files): Fix name of gnus-site-init-file.
   Mention that gnus-init-file is not read when Emacs is invoked with
   --no-init-file or -q.
parent 4f0c9ba7
2005-07-27 Reiner Steib <Reiner.Steib@gmx.de>
* gnus.texi (Startup Files): Fix name of gnus-site-init-file.
Mention that gnus-init-file is not read when Emacs is invoked with
--no-init-file or -q.
2005-07-22 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* files.texi (Quoted File Names): Add index entry.
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......@@ -1468,15 +1468,17 @@ startup files. If you want to turn backup creation off, say something like:
@vindex gnus-init-file
@vindex gnus-site-init-file
When Gnus starts, it will read the @code{gnus-site-init-file}
(@file{.../site-lisp/gnus} by default) and @code{gnus-init-file}
(@file{.../site-lisp/gnus-init} by default) and @code{gnus-init-file}
(@file{~/.gnus} by default) files. These are normal Emacs Lisp files
and can be used to avoid cluttering your @file{~/.emacs} and
@file{site-init} files with Gnus stuff. Gnus will also check for files
with the same names as these, but with @file{.elc} and @file{.el}
suffixes. In other words, if you have set @code{gnus-init-file} to
@file{~/.gnus}, it will look for @file{~/.gnus.elc}, @file{~/.gnus.el},
and finally @file{~/.gnus} (in this order).
and finally @file{~/.gnus} (in this order). If Emacs was invoked with
the @option{-q} or @option{--no-init-file} options (@pxref{Initial
Options, ,Initial Options, emacs, The Emacs Manual}), Gnus doesn't read
@code{gnus-init-file}.
 
 
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