Prefer ~/.config/emacs to ~/.emacs.d if neither exists
That way, when Emacs starts in a fresh home directory, it prefers the new (XDG) convention rather than the old one. * lisp/files.el (locate-user-emacs-file): Make the parent directories of user-emacs-directory if needed. This is useful if user-emacs-directory is "~/.config/emacs" and "~/.config" does not yet exist. * lisp/startup.el (command-line): * lisp/subr.el (user-emacs-directory): Prefer XDG_CONFIG_HOME to ~/.emacs.d if neither exists.
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