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Customizations are saved to the file specified by
When you save customizations, the current implementation removes the
replaces them with code generated on the basis of the current
customization state in Emacs.
custom-file is your `.emacs' file (for GNU Emacs
and older XEmacs) and is `custom.el' in the same directory as
`init.el' (in XEmacs 21.4 and later). If you use another file, you
must explicitly load it yourself.
As of XEmacs 21.4.7, when
custom-file is present, it is loaded
after `init.el'. This is likely to change in the future,
because (1) actions in `init.el' often would like to depend on
customizations for consistent appearance and (2) Custom is quite brutal
about enforcing its idea of the correct values at initialization.
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