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Re: let's remove q switch from emacspeak startup script

What I meant by "what are you trying to achieve' was not in the
context of the shell script. 

For now forget  the script exists. 
>>>>> "Jarek" == Jarek Czekalski <jarekczek@poczta.onet.pl> writes:
    Jarek> W dniu 2013-11-11 02:20, T. V. Raman pisze:
    >> The current shell script is basically out-dated and
    >> obsolete as far as I am concerned -- it's not been touched
    >> in years -- and even when it was written, was something
    >> that I personally never care for.
    Jarek> I'll send a patch for the script then.
    >> Please define what it is that you're trying to achieve;
    >> the direction I'd recommend for customizing startup would
    >> be via an appropriately written elisp file.
    Jarek> Variable customization, that's what I try to
    Jarek> achieve. Here are the steps to reproduce the problem:
    Jarek> 1. Start Emacspeak using standard script, as suggested
    Jarek> in the Manual 2. C-h v 3. truncate-lines 4. enter
    Jarek> "customize" link, from the bottom of the opened help
    Jarek> buffer 5. you get: "Custom settings cannot be saved;
    Jarek> maybe you started Emacs with `-q'." Expected
    Jarek> behaviour: ability to customize the variable.
    Jarek> Jarek
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