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Emacs: Cannot open load file, go-autocomplete


Emacs: Cannot open load file, go-autocomplete

By : user2955264
Date : November 22 2020, 10:38 AM
I hope this helps you . The root directory of .emacs.d is not generally a part of the load-path, and recent versions of Emacs will even give the user a warning message discouraging against doing it if in fact a user did it. Create a sub-folder called lisp or hello-world and put your library inside it and then add the lisp or hello-world directory to your load-path and restart Emacs. Here is a link to the related documentation for load-path:  https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/Lisp-Libraries.html
Example (place inside .emacs file):
code :
(add-to-list 'load-path "/path/to/my/lisp/library")


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cannot open load file when using emacs

cannot open load file when using emacs


By : Steve
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue The code looks all-right, I would put my money on a typo. In fact, the traditional name is site-lisp (i.e. with a p and not a t), maybe you put the file in site-lisp but wrote site-list in your init file?
Emacs sometimes can't open load file

Emacs sometimes can't open load file


By : Juan Dominguez
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Probable duplicate of cannot open load dired-details
Add the line
code :
(package-initialize)
package-enable-at-startup
How can I load an Emacs capture template into an open file?

How can I load an Emacs capture template into an open file?


By : Justin Cooper
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Please excuse my newness to Emacs Lisp. I started using org-mode and love it. In my workflow, I am trying to load a template into an open buffer or prompt the template to ask for a location to where the file is to be saved. , This is the best I could come up with so far:
code :
(defun caputre-create-meeting-link ()
  (let ((new-file (read-file-name "Save meeting info in ")))
    (run-with-timer 1 nil (eval `(lambda () (find-file ,new-file))))
     (format "[[%s]]" new-file)))

(setq org-capture-templates
      '(("a" "Insert a link to meeting" plain
         (file "~/org/notes.org")
         "Meeting info: %(caputre-create-meeting-link)"
         :immediate-finish t)))
Byte compile emacs lisp file: Error: Cannot open load file

Byte compile emacs lisp file: Error: Cannot open load file


By : Ayad Hasan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue You need to put dired+.el in your load-path.
dired+.el explicitly does this:
code :
(provide 'dired+)
(require 'dired+) ; Ensure loaded before compile this.
(add-to-list 'load-path "/your/path/to/dired+/")
Although top-level calls to `require' are evaluated during byte
compilation, `provide' calls are not.  Therefore, you can ensure that a
file of definitions is loaded before it is byte-compiled by including a
`provide' followed by a `require' for the same feature, as in the
following example.

  (provide 'my-feature)  ; Ignored by byte compiler,
                         ;   evaluated by `load'.
  (require 'my-feature)  ; Evaluated by byte compiler.

The compiler ignores the `provide', then processes the `require' by
loading the file in question.  Loading the file does execute the
`provide' call, so the subsequent `require' call does nothing when the
file is loaded.
emacs cannot open load file make-regexp

emacs cannot open load file make-regexp


By : memote
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Google "make-regexp.el" (with the double-quotes). You will see that you can download that file separately. Then put it in your load-path.
(I am not a Bison user --- just doing what seems reasonable to find the file you need. But it might be that you already have that file somewhere on your disk. So search your disk first for it. Once you have it, ensure that its location is in your load-path.)
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