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Variables can have a different value in every buffer. If you are in such a buffer, the
variable is said to be buffer-local. In order to set a variable for one buffer only, ...
A sexp is any readable Lisp expression – code enclosed in parentheses, a string
enclosed in double quotes, a variable name, a quoted expression, a numeral, ...
Jul 4, 2015 ... A shortcut is to compose a regexp that you want to use and assign it to an Emacs
variable or register. If you assign it to a register (using 'C-x r s' ) ...
Jun 17, 2010 ... This is a variable without a defvar. Setting it may cause problems for other people
. Example: (defun foo () (let (name) (setq names "test") names)).
It's a variable that was defined using 'defcustom' (or equivalent EmacsLisp code).
Prior to Emacs 24.3 it was a bit more general: any variable whose DocString ...
Variables with DocStrings that start with an asterisk are possible candidates for '
M-x set-variable' . Since the user is supposed to type the new value into the ...
It is the value of variable 'custom-file' . ... variable binding (value) behavior that
means the last binding of a given variable wins – lexical context does not govern
So is the 'user-variable-p' set a superset of ALL variables or orthogonal to user
options? and does 'custom-variable-p' give the user options list based on the old
Apr 8, 2015 ... This variable is the equivalent of the PATH environment variable for Emacs. It
contains a list of directories Emacs will search for executables.
Two regimes for handling variable binding emerged: dynamic: All variable names
and their values live in one global table. lexical: Every binding scope (function, ...