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'''User's Initialization File ''' or '''dotemacs''' or '''init file''' is a file to store your configurations/customizations for Emacs written
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in [[Emacs Lisp]], located at either {{Filename|${HOME}/.emacs.d/init.el}} or (archaically) at {{Filename|${HOME}/.emacs}} or at {{Filename|%HOME%\_emacs}} on [[Windows| MS Windows]].
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The most reliable way to find our the place of the initialization file on your system is to check the value of the '''user-init-file''' variable.
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== Configuration Example ==
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For a good example of an init file check out some of the starter kits, like [[Prelude]].
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== Debugging the Init file ==
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<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
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$ emacs --debug-init
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</syntaxhighlight>
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Running the above command will enable the Emacs Lisp debugger for errors in the init file.
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== See Also ==
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* [[Prelude]]
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* [[Emacs Starter Kit]]
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== External links ==
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* {{Manual|emacs|Init-File|The Init File}}
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* [http://ola-bini.blogspot.com/2008/05/how-large-is-your-emacs.html How Large is Your .emacs?]
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[[Category:Customization]]
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[[Category:Key Concepts]]
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[[Category:Debug]]
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